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Street-level crime in SO18 3RR

Crime for SO18 3RR

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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

18 - 24 Leigh Road, Eastleigh
SO50 9DG

Opening Hours:
Mon: 0800 -2000
Tue: 0800 -2000
Wed: 0800 -2000
Thu: 0800 -2000
Fri: 0800 -2000
Sat: 0800 -2000
Sun: 0800 - 1400 &14.45 - 1700

  • Telephone: 101
  • Email: Eastleigh.Police@hampshire.pnn.police.uk

Hedge End North neighbourhood policing team

Sgt Peter Lea

I will do my best to wisely use the resources available to me - in order to target the worst offenders and repeat crime locations, as well as safeguard our most vulnerable victims of crime and anti-social behaviour. I have experience within most aspects of the police service, in both rural and urban locations, which I hope to utilise for the benefit of the local community. I welcome feedback and would encourage you to provide me with your views and opinions on how we should best use our resources.

PC Jason Steel

As Community Beat officer for West End (North and South) I am part of a team that includes my two Police Community Support Officer colleagues, Mica and Hannah. We fulfil a number or roles with the reduction of crime and anti-social behaviour being at the core of everything we do. I have been a Beat officer for all of my 15 years of service and continue to engage with the local residents and work with our partner agencies to make West End a safer and better place to live and work.

I work closely with the Parish Council and HEWEB to deliver a service that reduces crime and Anti-Social Behaviour in our community. I put my contacts in the community to good use and as a tactical cyclist I enjoy using the tools that are provided to me to fulfil my duty. I have been a LAGLO (Lesbian and Gay Liason Officer) for 10 years and find that I am able to help individuals or families in our community with more specific needs. I have strong links with the Kings Community Church and the Street Pastors that Patrol Hedge End, West End and Botley on a Friday night, they provide an invaluable service. Much of what I do is about helping the most vulnerable, which might be an elderly person struggling to live independently or the the victim of domestic abuse, both of these circumstances need careful management and resilience to ensure that our partner agencies step in when required.

Using new tools to engage with the public such as Twitter and Hampshire Alerts has made communicating with large numbers of people easier but there is no substitute for the face to face work that we do with patrolling, Parish meetings and the Beat Surgeries at ASDA. Working with HEWEB we are able to encourage sporting engagement and responsible behaviour amongst the local youth population which brings its own rewards. Speed enforcement is something that we are often called on do do, time and resources permitting we will commit to a number of key areas but also encourage local residents to sign up and join Community Speedwatch

I thoroughly enjoy my work as a Community Beat Officer and hope to continue for many years to come.

PC Robin Tebb

Since April 2015 I have been a neighbourhood police officer for Hedge End North and currently work in the Botley & Grange Park areas. I have over 25 years experience in policing in numerous roles and locations in Hampshire. I believe neighbourhood policing is essential to maintain community contact and offer personal service in these modern changing times.


PCSO Hannah Jeffcoat is part of the Hedge End Safer Neighbourhood Team based at Hedge End Police Station. Hannah joined Hampshire Constabulary in 2007 and has previously worked in the West End, Bishops Waltham and Winchester areas. Hannah usually patrols her beat on foot and enjoys engaging in community work such as visiting the youth club and local schools.
Hannah is also an NVQ Assessor working with student PCSO's to help them gain their NVQ qualification.

PCSO Steve Hill

Steve is the community beat officer for the Botley, Borley Green, Grange Park and Dowds Farm area. He has been on the Botley beat area over seven years.He has been a PCSO since 2006, but prior to that he served as a Special Constable from 2003-2006. He is a member of the Disaster Emergency planning unit and the internal/external Force Autism support groups.

He has a great deal of community policing experience. Normally seen on his mountain bike and safeguarding children/parents at the Botley Church of England Primary School traffic crossing. You can meet him on the last Thursday of every month at the All Saints Coffee morning at his Police drop in centre or at Friday night football at the Boltey Centre.

PCSO Tom Blyth

Tom is a PCSO with extensive experience in all aspects of neighbourhood policing within the Eastleigh District. He is currently working within the West End beat area.

PCSO Chris Rutter

Chris is an enthusiastic PCSO, who enjoys being immersed in the community, and working towards tackling neighbourhood policing issues. You will often see him patrolling the Hedge End area and holding regular engagement events across the beat.

PCSO Oonagh Knights

Hello, I am PCSO 16342 Oonagh Knights. I have lived in Hedge End and West End all my life. I am very much looking forward to meeting everyone in the neighbourhood and being able to support local companies and communities. If you see me out on patrol, please stop me and say hello!

PCSO Mica Coppin

PCSO Mica Coppin has been working for Hampshire Constabulary since August 2006 and has been working as part of the West End Neighbourhood Team based at Hedge End Police Station since this time.

Mica enjoys to patrol her beat on her police bicycle, as well as on foot. Mica can be seen supporting many local events in the area, if you are involved in or are hosting an event in the local area, let us know on 101 and we will see what we can do to support you or provide advice.

Mica is keen to reach as many West End residents as possible through Hampshire Alert and continues to work hard to register people, so they can all receive regular updates from the West End Neighbourhood Policing Team. Currently we are reaching over 550 people, but we would love to be reaching well over 1000.

About this neighbourhood


The parishes of Hedge End, West End and Botley make up the Hedge End North area. In recent years all three parishes have come together along with local community groups, including Kings Community Church, to provide a solid range of diversionary activities for young people to steer them away from anti-social behaviour. This has proved to be a great success and you related ASB has reduced as a result.

The area has many primary schools which feed into the largest secondary school in Hampshire, Wildern School. We have good relationships with all of our schools and run a Junior PCSO programme in which young people learn how to be responsible members of the public and how they can become a real PCSO!

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

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Upcoming events

  • Public Neighbourhood Meeting

    When: 6th April 2017, 2.00pm

    Where: Hedge End Library Beat Surgery, Upper Northam Road, Hedge End, Southampton, Hampshire,

    Hedge End Library Beat Surgery is a great opportunity for you to come down and meet your Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT) and voice your concerns and issues with your community. Or just have a friendly chat! Your NPT will bring various resources to this beat surgery such as free crime prevention booklets, leaflets, door stickers and Hampshire Alert sign up forms to help sign you up on the spot. We look forward to seeing you there.

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