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Street-level crime in SO31 4BH

Crime for SO31 4BH

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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 South neighbourhood policing team

Sgt Mark O'Hanlon

Mark started his career at Basingstoke where he worked on the response team before joining the neighbourhood team as beat officer for Buckskin then Chineham. He was promoted to patrol sergeant at Basingstoke before moving to Eastleigh custody centre. He has worked in the neighbourhood team across Eastleigh Borough area for the last eight years and is currently the neighbourhood sergeant for Bursledon, Hamble and Netley.

PC Sandy Wyld

Sandy is the beat officer for Netley Abbey and Hound. She has been a police officer for over 25 years spending 15 years as a beat officer for the area. She has experience in surveillance, drugs and front line policing.

Sandy is a Dementia Champion and is a member of the Bursledon, Hamble and Hound Dementia Action Group. Sandy's favourite part of the job is public events, engaging with people and giving advice on safety and crime prevention.

PC Penny Young

I joined in January 2008 and was Response and Patrol for Gosport area. Since this I have worked out of Fareham Response and Patrol also. This is my first time in Neighbourhoods.

PC Louis Le Brun

I joined Hampshire Constabulary in 2008. My previous role was on Response and Patrol based at Fareham and Gosport. I have also worked in Portsmouth and Bitterne.

I arrived here at Hedge End to work in Neighbourhood policing on 4th October 2017.

PCSO Stacey Mcdevitt

Stacey arrived at Hedge End in July as her first posting as a PCSO.

She loves the outdoors and walking around her beat.

In her spare time she likes surfing and going to the gym.

PCSO Tracey Chilcott

Tracey has been part of the Neighbourhood Beat Team for Bursledon for almost two years, and is enjoying the change over to the Southern Parishes, having previously worked in the Hedge End for almost 5 years. She can be seen out and about engaging with the public on foot or bicycle. Before that she worked as a Special Constable for 5 years at Eastleigh Police Station until 2009. She was also employed by Hampshire Police Federation, based at Winchester Police Headquarters for 8 years. Before joining the Police family almost 20 years ago, she trained as a legal secretary. She has done a variety of police attachments over the years, but the role most important to her is Youth and Family Intervention - helping young people to refrain from entering the criminal system. Engagement and Prevention rather than cure. Communication with your community and multi-agency working is key! Get to know your people and work with them!

PCSO Tanya Scoates

PCSO Scoates is part of the Neighbourhood Policing Team for Bursledon. Having been in the area for over 11 years she is well known to the community.

PCSO Phil Davenport

Hello, my name is PCSO Phil Davenport and I have been the PCSO for Hamble since 2014. I have previously been a Retail Manager in the centre of Southampton and I am experienced in dealing with the challenges of a busy location and a night time economy. My role is focused on understanding the local issues and finding the long term solutions needed. I look forward to speaking with you about any matter that causes concern.

PCSO Aidan Lee

I joined Hampshire Constabulary in 2015 and moved to Hedge End in 2016.

In my spare time I enjoy American football having played to a high level in the past. When you see me in the area feel free to stop for a chat, as I am interested to know what matters to you in the community.

PCSO Rachel Barry

My name is Rachel Barry and I have been based at Hedge End since June 2016. I joined Hampshire Constabulary in March 2016. I cover Bursledon and Netley beats. I am often out and about on my cycle and regularly visit the Scouts and Brownies.
In my spare time I like swimming and going to the gym and love all animals! I you see me out and about please come and say hello - it would be lovely to meet you.

About this neighbourhood


Hedge End South Neighbourhood comprises of the parishes of Bursledon, Hamble and Hound. The river Hamble has the largest waterside community in the south of England and Project Kraken is Hampshire Constabulary''s response to water related crime, anti-social behaviour, safety and crime prevention. If you would like to find out more about this then please join us on Hampshire Alerts to receive up-to-date information.

The area has a well established PubWatch which is made up of Licensees from the many local pubs and restaurants. We support them to work closely together to deal with drink related issues and make the area safe.

Each area has PCSOs dedicated to addressing anti-social behaviour and working with young people. One of our projects is the Junior PCSO scheme which is run in local schools. This gives young people the change to work and learn alongside their local PCSOs to find out what it takes to be a responsible member of the public and how to be a 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: 22nd February 2018, 6.00pm

    Where: Police Drop In, ASDA West End, High Street, WEST END, Southampton, Hampshire,

    Please feel free to join us at ASDA in West End for Crime Prevention advice and any other questions you may have.

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