Crime for Eastleigh
Street-level crime and anti-social behaviour in from the Home Office.
To protect privacy, crimes are mapped to points on or near the road where they occurred.
- All crime & ASB
- Public disorder & weapons
- Vehicle crime
- Criminal damage & arson
- Violent crime
- Other theft
- Other crime
Street name Crime type
Police station and neighbourhood policing team
Neighbourhood police station
18 - 24 Leigh Road, Eastleigh
Mon: 0800 - 2000
Tue: 0800 - 2000
Wed: 0800 - 2000
Thu: 0800 - 2000
Fri: 0800 - 2000
Sat: 0800 - 2000
Sun: 0900 - 1400 & 1445 - 1700
- Telephone: 101
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eastleigh Central neighbourhood policing team
- Sgt Mark Brearley
Sergeant Mark Brearley has a number of years policing experience in various uniform roles and he leads the Eastleigh Central Safer Neighbourhoods team.
"Eastleigh is a vibrant and busy town, with many challenges, crime is relatively low and my team are proactive in tackling criminals and those intent on causing anti social behaviour"
The Central team covers the area between Allbrook and Stoneham, boarded by the River Itchen & the M3. They are responsible for delivering neighbourhood policing over 4 beats, Boyatt Wood & Allbrook, Town Centre & residential areas around the town, Aviary estate, Stoneham, Lakeside & Fleming Park and Southampton / Eastleigh Airport. Team consists of 7 PCSO's and 6 Pc's along with Special Constables and volunteers. Sgt Brearley reports to (sector) Inspector Douglas.
- PC Robert Thomas
Member of the beat (1) team, covering the town centre, across to Bishopstoke Rugby Club, Campbell Road and the gird roads as far South as Derby Rd. Link officer to Pub Watch. Actively targeting those committing crime in Eastleigh and protecting the vulnerable.
- PCSO Tina Fry
Member of the town centre beat (1) team. residential area up to Derby Road, Campbell Road and as far as Bishopstoke Rugby Club. This beat includes the industrial areas of Chickenhall Lane. Along with Pc Rob Thomas assists in the running of the Pub Watch scheme. Point of contact for Norwood School as well as the Neighbourhood watch schemes operating on this beat.
- PCSO Sayma Noreen Khan
Hi I am Sayma Khan. New PCSO for Eastleigh Central.
I am getting to know this busy beat. The small town centre keeps me busy.
When im out on patrol come and say hi, I am always happy to help.
- SC Joe Earley
New member to the Central Safer Neighbourhoods team, completed initial training & now under a period of tutoring with Pc Thomas. Has the same warranted powers as a regular officer. Involved in a number of operations and safer neighbourhoods patrol.
About this neighbourhood
The beat area of 'Eastleigh Central' comprises of the main shopping precinct in the town including the Swan Centre and Vue cinema complex. The residential roads surrounding the town centre as far South as Derby Road, Campbell Road, the railway yards and East as far as The Hub.
Many of the shops and pubs within the town centre are part of the shop / pub watch initiative. A modern CCTV system covers a large proportion of the town centre. The beat is covered by three police officers and two police community support officers, assisted by special constables and volunteers.
The beat is one of the busiest within the Eastleigh District, with many businesses, residents and visitors, yet still Eastleigh has low crime and anti-social behaviour (ASB). The Safer Neighbourhoods team for this area are passionate about reducing crime and ASB, protecting vulnerable people and targeting those who commit crime.
You can influence local priorities by attending a beat surgery or public meeting, by email, web or call 101.
The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is Hampshire Constabulary.
Messages and events
Public Neighbourhood Meeting
When: 26th November 2014, 7.00pm
Where: Barton Peveril College, Chestnut Avenue, Eastleigh,
Eastleigh Central and Eastleigh North PACT meeting. #PACT stands for Police and Community Together and the meeting is aimed to bring together all aspects of the Central Eastleigh and Eastleigh North community, to make them aware of services available to them, discuss and deal with concerns and prioritise issues. We look forward to seeing you there.