Our Local Police Team are located at The Town Hall - however there is no facility to contact the Team via the Town Hall
A Yellow Phone is provided on the Front wall of The Town Hall to make contact with the Police Control Centre.
The nearest 'Police Station' is based in Lymington, however currently the front desk is not open.
To Report a Crime
Call 999 or 112 if the Crime is happening now
or 101 to report any crime
Help us To Help You - Only call 999 in a Real Emergency
Be Aware of Doorstop Criminals
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Crime Prevention - Your Update
Read the latest update from the Hampshire Constabulary Crime Prevention Team - October 2020
SNAP Scheme launched by Hampshire
The Hants SNAP scheme has launched and aims to use submitted footage of dangerous incidents to protect road users across the region. Under the scheme, footage of dangerous incidents can be submitted via an online portal. This can be from a dash cam, head cam or other recording device that is being legally used.
The footage must meet the below criteria:
- It must be reported within seven
days and should not be edited
- Should not have been deleted from
- Should not be shared on social media
- Needs to show between one to two
minutes either side of the incident
- If it is from a collision, or an offence not listed in the criteria set out on the submission portal, then it will need to be reported by calling 101, or online via our force website.
Along with the footage, people will submit a witness statement and will be required to answer some basic questions to support their statement. For further information please click here.
To submit Dash Cam footage to Hampshire Constabulary - https://hants-snap-police.egressforms.com
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