Crime for SO19 8HG

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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

Bitterne
Bitterne
30 Bursledon Road, Southampton
SO19 7NN

Opening Hours:
Mon: Closed
Tue: 0900 - 1400 & 1445 - 1800
Wed: 0900 - 1400 & 1445 - 1800
Thu: 0900 - 1400 & 1445 - 1800
Fri: 0900 - 1400 & 1445 - 1800
Sat: 0900 - 1400 & 1445 - 1700
Sun: Closed

  • Telephone: 101
  • Email: sholing.snt@hampshire.pnn.police.uk

Sholing neighbourhood policing team

Sgt Martyn Gorse

I am the Neighbourhood Policing Sergeant for the City Council wards of Bitterne and Sholing. I lead a team of PCs and PCSOs whose aim is to improve the quality of life of residents in the area and focus on the issues most important to our communities. I am keen to hear the views of the public and am always happy to hear from you. Please feel free to contact me on the email address below or by calling 101.

PC Hayley Goodsell
No additional details are available for this team member. Please contact Hampshire Constabulary to request that they add this information.
PC Joanne Tarry
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PC Robert Quick
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PC Sarah Humphries

I am one of the Neighbourhood Policing Team Officers for the area and am responsible for the new Peartree Ward. I have been a member of Hampshire Constabulary since 2005 when I volunteered as a Special Constable. I joined Hampshire as a Police Constable in 2007 working in the north of the county before moving down to Bitterne in 2010. Since then I have been the local beat officer for Sholing, Peartree and Merryoak. My team and I aim to reduce crime and anti social behaviour by providing highly visible policing and engaging with our community. You can come along and meet us at our PACT meetings and beat surgeries where we discuss any concerns and issues in the area and look to resolve them. If you have any questions, wish to report anything that is not urgent or want to come along to our beat surgeries contact us on 101 or by email Woolston.snt@hampshire.pnn.police.uk. Or check our website www.hampshire.police.uk for more details.

PCSO Mark Humble

I have been a Police Community Support Officer in Harefield/Townhill Park for over 2 and half years. I can honestly say that it has been the most challenging, stressful and fulfilling job I have had.

Through out my 30 odd years I have been a supermarket manager, labourer, admin assistant, pizza delivery boy and zoo keeper. All of which I believe have contributed to my life experience needed to deal a wide variety of situations.

Being a PCSO means you have to deal with a wide variety situations and problems. This can be teaching children in school about not speaking to strangers to complex neighbour disputes. Each have their own challenges but both can often reap real rewards in a focused community level.

I count myself lucky that I love my job and would reccomend anyone wanting to be a PCSO to go for it.

PCSO Matthew Soal

I am a committed PCSO for the Sholing area. I strive to make this area safe and peaceful for everyone to enjoy. I also promote a safe environment for children to play in. If you spot me walking about then please don't hesitate to stop me and have a chat.

About this neighbourhood

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Sholing is a densely populated residential area in the east of Southampton and has a population of around 13,800. Sholing has lots of semi detached houses with large gardens. It also has large areas of green space and woodland including part of the Shoreburs Greenway and Millers Pond. This is a mixture of open common land and pathways leading towards the Southampton coast line. Whilst on the east of Southampton Sholing still maintains a village feel with many social groups and activities taking place in the area. Sholing is home to the Sholing Valley Study Centre and the Sholing Environmental Group who are committed to the conservation of the local wildlife. The area has an abundance of local schooling from infant to secondary education which all provide a high standard of learning. Sholing is an intriguing mixture of green open spaces and residential housing. Local amenities in Sholing consist of mini marts and independent traders found on main artery roads.

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

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