Crime for SO45 6JW

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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

Pikes Hill, Lyndhurst
SO43 7NR

Opening Hours:
Mon: 1000 - 1500
Tue: Closed
Wed: 1300 - 1800
Thu: Closed
Fri: Closed
Sat: 1000 - 1600
Sun: Closed

  • Telephone: 101
  • Email:

Hythe & Dibden neighbourhood policing team

PS Alison Jones

I am the Neighbourhood Sergeant for Hythe and took up this post on 9 July 2012.
I have 23 years experience as a police officer with Hampshire Constabulary and I have worked in Southampton as well as most areas of the New Forest.
I welcome any comments or contact in regard to making your area a safe place to live, visit and enjoy.
If you use Twitter feel free to follow us : @HythePolice.

PC Alison Cross
No additional details are available for this team member. Please contact Hampshire Constabulary to request that they add this information.
PCSO Mark Atrill

PCSO Mark Atrill is the PCSO for Hythe and Dibden and has been since June 2011, prior to this he has worked in Marchwood where he was their designated PCSO for 2 years. Part of Marks role is to assist in the reduction of low level crime and anti-social behaviour and I work closely with my Police colleagues to achieve this. He works closely with partner agencies and member of the local community in order to gain intelligence and a better understanding of local issues. Mark has also set up and runs the Hythe Junior PCSO Scheme where children from Hythe Primary and Waterside Primary get an insight to the role of PCSO and the Police, this is all aimed to assist with the children's confidence and to help build bridges between the Police and the Community. As well as this Mark runs the Official Hythe Police Twitter Account where he regularly updates (or "Tweets!") local information, and discusses local issues. You can follow us on twitter by using @HythePolice. Please feel free to email Mark at as we welcome any assistance or comments that may enable us to ensure that your neighbourhood is as safe as possible, or do not hesitate to approach me or the team out and about in the village, the weekly Beat Surgery that is held at Costa Coffee in Hythe every Wednesday at 11am or leave a message for him via the force Switchboard (101) quoting collar number 14387

PCSO Natalie Crane

Hi my name is Natalie I am going to be the new Police Community Support Officer joining the team at Hythe. Before I joined Hampshire in July my previous work experiences have all been involved with working with the public. I am looking forward to getting involved in your community and becoming a uniformed presence on your streets.

About this neighbourhood


Hythe was first recorded in the 1293 although it is thought that the village was established long before this date. The waterside location and proximity to Southampton facilitated trade, shipbuilding and other maritime activities. Until 1913 Hythe was part of the parish of Fawley and is now part of the parish of Hythe and Dibden.
During World War II Hythe was used as a port for the little ships of the Royal Navy, the Motor Torpedo Boats and the RAF Air/Sea Rescue Boats. In 1960 the Hovercraft Development Company moved to Hythe.

Hythe and Dibden in the latest index of multiple deprivation (IMD), was ranked in England 22,803 out of 32,482, where 1 was the most deprived and 32,482 the least.

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

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