Crime for SO32 1DX
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
North Walls, Winchester
Mon: 0800 - 2000
Tue: 0800 - 2000
Wed: 0800 - 2000
Thu: 0800 - 2000
Fri: 0800 - 2000
Sat: 0800 - 2000
Sun: 0900 - 1700
- Telephone: 101
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bishops Waltham neighbourhood policing team
- Sgt Susan INNESS
I joined the Hampshire Constabulary in 1991 and was promoted to the rank of Sgt in 2002. During my time as a Police officer I have worked at many stations and in various departments. I have been the Safer Neighbourhood Sergeant responsible for the areas of Owslebury & Upham, Bishops Waltham, Droxford, Swanmore, Waltham Chase, Shedfield & Shirrell Heath, Durley & Curdridge since the 16th May 2011. In January 2012 I also took over responsibility for Twyford & Colden Common and for West Meon, Corhampton, Meonstoke, Exton and Warnford. My colleague Sergeant, PS Stuart GILMOUR has responsibility for 5 other beats within the Meon Valley area. Together we supervise 12 safer neighbourhood officers and 10 response police officers. I attend three Partners and Community Together (PACT) meetings every three months. These are for the areas of Swanmore, Waltham Chase, Shirrell Heath & Shedfield, Twyford & Colden Common and Bishops Waltham, Curdridge & Durley. These are public meetings where community priorities are decided.
- Sgt Richard Holland
I joined Hampshire Constabulary in 2001 and spent 7 years policing Basingstoke, Whitchurch and Tadley. In 2008 I was promoted to the rank of sergeant and led targeted patrol teams in Basingstoke and East Hampshire. In the last 2 years I have worked in Winchester as the partnerships and community safety sergeant. In March 2014 I joined the safer neighbourhoods team at Bishops Waltham. Together with Sergeant Gilmour I have responsibility for the policing of 13 beat areas.
- PCSO Sarah McCULLOCH
I became a PCSO for Hampshire Constabulary in February 2007 & my role is to engage with the local community & find out about any issues that affect quality of life. I regularly conduct patrols in the village of Bishops Waltham and also deal with low level crime & anti social behaviour. I work alongside my Police Officer colleagues supporting them in front line policing carrying out duties such as house to house enquiries, providing crime prevention advice and visiting victims of crime.
Follow me on Twitter @BWalthamPolice
- ACSO Joe Bullock
I am the new ACSO to the Winchester District (including all rural areas), before my position here I was a Special Constable for four years in the New Forest where I gained community and neighbourhood experience. My role as an ACSO is to tackle Anti Social Behaviour and to deal with environmental crime such as Fly Tipping, Littering, Graffiti and Dog Fouling. I can also get involved with community events and work alongside the Fire service as well as the Police Safer Neighbourhood Teams in and around Winchester. You will see me either patrolling in a marked council vehicle, patrolling on bicycle or on foot. If you see me around on patrol please stop me for a chat, or you can contact me via email email@example.com. Follow me and my colleagues on Twitter @ACSOWinchester.
About this neighbourhood
Pc 1963 Simon Paulls and Pcso 13455 Sarah McCulloch are the Safer Neighbourhood Officers for Bishops Waltham. Bishops Waltham is a small town surrounded by rural countryside and smaller villages. The town has main roads that run through it, including the B2177 that leads from Winchester to Wickham and Fareham. The population is approximately 6971. The area that is covered by Bishops Waltham beat comprises of the town centre itself, several housing estates, Claylands industrial estate, several nature reserves and recreational areas including the large pond which is split into North and South either side of the B2177, Priory Park, Hoe Road recreation area, and the ruins of Bishops Waltham Palace.
There are two schools on the beat, which are next to each other on the ‘Ridgemede’ estate.
Bishops Waltham Infant School and Bishops Waltham Junior School. The beat also covers some of the rural areas and farmsteads up Beeches Hill, Ashton, towards Upham, towards Botley and towards Swanmore.
The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is Hampshire Constabulary.