It has been brought to our attention that within the area in which you live, there is an increased volume of Anti-Social Behaviour in warm weather.
We would like to work with you and our partner agencies address this community issue together. Your information plays a vital role in the intelligence picture and assists police with identifying repeat offenders and/or children at risk.
We need local residents to be our ‘eyes and ears’ and contact one of the agencies listed when they witness any form of Anti-social behaviour or crime in their area and provide the following information:
1) What type of Anti-social behaviour/crime is occurring (noise, youth, damage, littering, etc.)
2) What time it started, how long it’s been going on and location/s
- The names of those involved (if known) and a description including age, race, hair colour, clothing, etc.
- If a vehicle is involved, the registration plate, vehicle make and model and colour, along with any details of the driver and occupants.
Hampshire & IOW Crime Stoppers – Freephone 0800 555111 (To report any incident anonymously)
Environmental Health department at Portsmouth City Council (The council deals with residential, industrial and commercial noise complaints, but is unable to deal with noise made in public places, such as the street noise – contact the Police on 101 for this) www.portsmouth.gov.uk/ext/environment/noise-pollution
Portsmouth City Community Wardens – Freephone 0800 0853840 (10am – 10pm) or email@example.com
Anti-social behavior, fly tipping, graffiti, neighbor nuisance, dog nuisance and dog control orders, dog fouling, littering
Portsmouth Police Emergency – 999 (For crimes in progress or emergency incidents)
Portsmouth Police Non-Emergency– 101 (To report any incidents which are no longer in progress and non-emergency incidents)
You can also report crime online, head to www.hampshire.police.uk/ro/report/ocr/af/how-to-report-a-crime/ to submit a report.
You can also contact Project Servator (Ministry of Defence Police) who carry out spontaneous security patrols of the area. To report any suspicious activity call 02392 722707 or email MDP-Portsmouth-ControlRoom@mod.uk.
Thank you for your co-operation,
St Thomas Neighbourhood Policing Team