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Community Priority Monthly Update

Alert message sent 23/09/2021 09:02:00

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Good Morning,

We wanted to provide you with a monthly update on our rural community priority, Anti Social Behaviour (ASB) in open spaces.

The past month has only seen one report to police. We have continued to focus our patrols on areas where ASB has previously been prevalent. We have engaged with persons present at these sites and kept in contact with key community figures to better understand any unreported issues.

The area of Hook has historically suffered ASB related issues and as such this has become our primary focus for patrols. The Hartlets Park area in particular is known to attract gatherings within the evening. Minor ASB has been reported to us by the local authority and as such we will be continuing to target this area and will proactively work to ensure issues here are resolved.

With the summer holidays now at an end and the new school term underway, we often see a reduction in ASB. While this may be expected we will continue our proactive work. This current priority will encompass the Halloween season where we know and expect an increase in ASB reports. Further patrols will be in place for this season.

Please continue to report incidents of ASB via the non emergency number, 101 or online at www.hampshire.police.uk. If you suspect a crime to be in progress and/or are fearing for your safety, please call 999.
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Nick Greenwood (Police, PCSO, Hart District)

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