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Street-level crime in SO15 2NT

Crime for SO15 2NT

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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.

Street name Crime type

Police station and neighbourhood policing team

Neighbourhood police station

Southampton Central
Southampton Central
Southern Road, Southampton
SO15 1AN

Opening Hours:
Mon: 0800 - 2200
Tue: 0800 - 2200
Wed: 0800 - 2200
Thu: 0800 - 2200
Fri: 0800 - 2200
Sat: 0800 - 2200
Sun: 0800 - 2200

  • Telephone: 101
  • Email: Southampton.central.police@hampshire.pnn.police.uk

Bevois neighbourhood policing team

Sgt Brian Goodall

PS 3409 Goodall is a Sergeant in the Neighbourhood Policing Team for the Bevois Ward Southampton. He has been a supervisor for 10 years, and has experience in a number of Policing roles but predominantly in neighbourhood teams. He has a real belief in working with communities to improve quality of life by reducing the fear of crime, crime and associated anti-social behaviour.

PC Lee Scott

PC Lee Scott is a member of the Bevois Neighbourhood Team, primarily engaging in the area of Newtown.

PC Adrian LUGG

PC Adrian LUGG is the dedicated Beat Officer for Northam. As such he deals with long term problem resolution within the area, ensuring excellent continuity and support for repeat victims and targeted, robust action against repeat offenders. PC LUGG also conducts frequent high visibility patrols in the area. He can be contacted via our team email: southampton.central.snt@hampshire.pnn.police.uk

PC Sue Badham

PC 21007 Sue Badham has been a Police Officer in Southampton for 8 years predominantly working in the City Centre. She is currently a Neighbourhood Policing Officer for the Bevois Ward with specific responsibility for the Northam area and managing vulnerability and risk within the City.

PC Jon Chatwin

I have 11 years experience as a Police Constable in Hampshire Constabulary and have been in a number of roles during my service including response policing and working as a tutor constable with student officers. I joined the Newtown Safer Neighbourhood Team at the beginning for 2014 wanting my career to include a more community based policing approach. I specifically want to target anti-social behaviour, drugs and street crime within my beat. I am a keen cyclist and try to spend as much time as possible on cycle patrol on my beat as a visible presence.

PC Russell Smith

I am a member of the Neighbourhood Policing Team based at Southampton Central Police Station. I have worked within the City for approximately 10 years and remain focused on catching criminals and managing offenders, and providing support to those members of the community who need police assistance. My engagement area is primarily in Bevois Valley and Bedford Place and I would be pleased to be contacted by any residents, businesses or agencies operating in that vicinity to discuss specific problems in the area.

PCSO Kiran Bahia

Hi, I’m Kiran Bahia and I joined your local neighbourhood policing team in October 2015. I look forward getting to know the community and hopefully creating some positive links. Feel free to stop me for a chat.

PCSO Keith Baxter

Hi, my name is Keith and I will be working as part of the Neighbourhood Policing Team on the Bevois Ward. I have recently joined Hampshire Constabulary after working in the private care section for the last 16 years.
I am keen to get to know the community so if you see me out and about please stop and say hello. I am very happy to talk through issues or ideas that concern the community and offer advice.

PCSO Hazel Beaden

I started working in Southampton Central in the Bevois area in December 2015. I am very excited to learn about my community and get to know the people. If you see me around please don't hesitate to approach me as I am always happy to help.

PCSO Becki Johnson

Hi, I'm PCSO Becki Johnson and I joined your Neighbourhood Policing Team in February 2016. I am really keen to get to know the area and do what I can to support the local community. Please feel free to stop me to say Hello or let me know if there is anything I can support with.

PCSO Dalian Lacey

Hello! My name is Dalian Lacey. I will begin working at Southampton Central police station on the 20th April 2016. My neighbourhood area will be Bevois Valley. I am passionate about neighbourhood policing because I feel that it can help build a great level of trust with the local communities. I have previous experience of working with young adults as part of the Hampshire Police Youth Commission on Police and Crime. If you see me around feel free to say hello and introduce yourself, I am always happy to help!

PCSO Aleksandra Drapala

Hello. My name is Aleks Drapala and I'm your new Police Community Support Officer. I'm passionate about serving the public. I believe that policing is about 'Doing the right thing. Doing the best you can'.
I can't wait to start my job at Newtown and work in this diverse area with all sections of the community, and to provide a good level of service. I will do my best to spend as much time as possible on cycle patrol on my beat as a visible presence, so if you spot me, then please don't hesitate to stop me and have a chat.

PCSO Michaella Taylor

PCSO Michaella Taylor is a member of the Bevois Ward Neighbourhood Policing Team, engaging primarily in Portswood and Bedford Place area. If any members of the community have any matters that they wish to discuss please feel free to contact her or any member of The Bevois Team and they will be more than happy to help.

PCSO Jon Reed

Hi, I am Jon Reed and I am one of the PCSOs for the Northam area of Southampton. I have been working in the area for over three years, during which time I have built up good links within the community. I have enjoyed my time as a Northam PCSO and look forward to spending many more years working in the area.
PCSO Jon REED is a dedicated PCSO for Northam. He can be seen frequently patrolling the beat and deals with victim care, community contact and multi agency initiatives in the area.

PCSO Carrie Samson

I have recently joined the Bevois Ward and am responsible for the Northam area of Southampton. I am keen to meet up with local residents and business to discuss any concerns they have about the area, and together we can help to improve any specific issues. Please feel free to email me if you would like a visit and I would be happy to visit you or meet you in our Northam Beat Office.

About this neighbourhood


The Southampton Central Sector covers mainly residential areas and business/coastal areas of the central part of the city of Southampton. This diverse area encompasses the beats of Newtown, Northam & Bevois Valley.
The Bevois Neighbourhood Policing Team is here to provide a consistent presence and approach to any quality of life issue connected to crime and anti social behaviour. Our team is dedicated to focussing on helping the most vulnerable residents & targeting crime hot spots and prolific offenders.
We provide a problem solving logic to the issues, and are committed to working alongside the community and statutory partners to make Southampton Central Sector a good place to live and work.
You will see the team of police officers and PCSO''s out on foot, on bikes and in vehicles providing an active presence in your neighbourhood. Behind the scenes, we work together with our colleagues in the various teams, such as the Operation Fortress Team & the Response and Patrol Team.

The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is Hampshire Constabulary.

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Upcoming events

  • Public Neighbourhood Meeting

    When: 10th May 2016, 6.30pm

    Where: Ropewalk Centre, Derby Road, Southampton, Hampshire,

    Newtown PACT Meeting with your local Bevois Neighbourhood Policing Team. This meeting is open to all residents to come and find out what your local policing team are doing in the neighbourhood and to discuss local policing issue

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