Guildhall Walk in Portsmouth the most violent street in Britain

Daily Echo: Police following an attack near Guildhall Walk in Portsmouth Police following an attack near Guildhall Walk in Portsmouth

A HAMPSHIRE street has been revealed as the most violent in the country.

Guildhall Walk in Portsmouth saw more violent crimes than any other road in England and Wales, according to a new crime map.

Despite being just 300-yards long, there were 38 attacks in the city centre road in December last year alone - three more than the next worst hotspot, in Milton Keynes.

The most violent road in Southampton city centre was Above Bar Street, where there were 13 recorded incidents.

Hanover Buildings saw a total of 47 recorded crimes.

The crime map has been launched by the government to allow people to see the extent of crime on their street.

Figures are broken down between burglary, anti-social behaviour, robbery, vehicle crime, violent crime and other offences.

Selected locations from the survey

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8:35am Tue 1 Feb 11

Brite Spark says...

I'll vouch for that, there's an incident there most nights, my own daughter's boyfriend got jumped on by two yobs and fortunately when his head hit the pavement he wasn't killed. He was even seen on CCTV dropping his hands to his side to show that he wasn't going to fight, then one of the thugs punched him from behind.
I'll vouch for that, there's an incident there most nights, my own daughter's boyfriend got jumped on by two yobs and fortunately when his head hit the pavement he wasn't killed. He was even seen on CCTV dropping his hands to his side to show that he wasn't going to fight, then one of the thugs punched him from behind. Brite Spark
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9:04am Tue 1 Feb 11

BMWDelboy says...

Brite Spark wrote:
I'll vouch for that, there's an incident there most nights, my own daughter's boyfriend got jumped on by two yobs and fortunately when his head hit the pavement he wasn't killed. He was even seen on CCTV dropping his hands to his side to show that he wasn't going to fight, then one of the thugs punched him from behind.
Dead right, my daughter is at pompey uni and has seen loads of violent incidents over the last 18mths. When out socializing she always makes sure she is in a group and they stay together.
[quote][p][bold]Brite Spark[/bold] wrote: I'll vouch for that, there's an incident there most nights, my own daughter's boyfriend got jumped on by two yobs and fortunately when his head hit the pavement he wasn't killed. He was even seen on CCTV dropping his hands to his side to show that he wasn't going to fight, then one of the thugs punched him from behind.[/p][/quote]Dead right, my daughter is at pompey uni and has seen loads of violent incidents over the last 18mths. When out socializing she always makes sure she is in a group and they stay together. BMWDelboy
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9:24am Tue 1 Feb 11

Elgy says...

No surprises from our violent fishy friends.
No surprises from our violent fishy friends. Elgy
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9:32am Tue 1 Feb 11

Stillness says...

Elgy wrote:
No surprises from our violent fishy friends.
Knee and jerk spring to mind. In fact jerk sprang twice.
[quote][p][bold]Elgy[/bold] wrote: No surprises from our violent fishy friends.[/p][/quote]Knee and jerk spring to mind. In fact jerk sprang twice. Stillness
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9:49am Tue 1 Feb 11

Dr George says...

"Hampshire street", why not just say "portsmouth street" in your headlines? This is supposed to be a Southampton newspaper, Pompey has its own.
"Hampshire street", why not just say "portsmouth street" in your headlines? This is supposed to be a Southampton newspaper, Pompey has its own. Dr George
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9:53am Tue 1 Feb 11

fraggled says...

Firstly, when comparing the details on the crime map you have to bear in mind that it only relates to reported incidents; something the Echo omitted to print. Therefore, it is not an accurate picture of what is happening in your community. How many times have you known someone to be a victim of crime but they don’t report it (for whatever reason), or you see a crime being perpetrated, but do not contact the police?
Secondly, why is this being covered by Jon Reeve, an Education Reporter?
Firstly, when comparing the details on the crime map you have to bear in mind that it only relates to reported incidents; something the Echo omitted to print. Therefore, it is not an accurate picture of what is happening in your community. How many times have you known someone to be a victim of crime but they don’t report it (for whatever reason), or you see a crime being perpetrated, but do not contact the police? Secondly, why is this being covered by Jon Reeve, an Education Reporter? fraggled
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10:01am Tue 1 Feb 11

fraggled says...

Elgy wrote:
No surprises from our violent fishy friends.
Why do people have to be so hateful towards residents who may live in a different city or town? Surely this is a form of abuse, which The Echo should not be encouraging? Further more, there are no details on the crime map, or in this article, that says those committing these crimes are from that area. Perhaps the crimes are being committed by Southampton residents who want to cause trouble elsewhere.
[quote][p][bold]Elgy[/bold] wrote: No surprises from our violent fishy friends.[/p][/quote]Why do people have to be so hateful towards residents who may live in a different city or town? Surely this is a form of abuse, which The Echo should not be encouraging? Further more, there are no details on the crime map, or in this article, that says those committing these crimes are from that area. Perhaps the crimes are being committed by Southampton residents who want to cause trouble elsewhere. fraggled
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10:12am Tue 1 Feb 11

Brite Spark says...

fraggled wrote:
Elgy wrote:
No surprises from our violent fishy friends.
Why do people have to be so hateful towards residents who may live in a different city or town? Surely this is a form of abuse, which The Echo should not be encouraging? Further more, there are no details on the crime map, or in this article, that says those committing these crimes are from that area. Perhaps the crimes are being committed by Southampton residents who want to cause trouble elsewhere.
Double standards here.

Why are you now located in Southern Hampshire and not Eastleigh?
Is it because Eastleigh is a bit rough?

As for the crime in Guildhall Square in Portsmouoth and in that area generally, the majority of the thugs are not suprisingly, from the Portsmouth area. Crime in Southampton's night club area is generally commited by people who live in the Southampton area - it's not rocket science.
[quote][p][bold]fraggled[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Elgy[/bold] wrote: No surprises from our violent fishy friends.[/p][/quote]Why do people have to be so hateful towards residents who may live in a different city or town? Surely this is a form of abuse, which The Echo should not be encouraging? Further more, there are no details on the crime map, or in this article, that says those committing these crimes are from that area. Perhaps the crimes are being committed by Southampton residents who want to cause trouble elsewhere.[/p][/quote]Double standards here. Why are you now located in Southern Hampshire and not Eastleigh? Is it because Eastleigh is a bit rough? As for the crime in Guildhall Square in Portsmouoth and in that area generally, the majority of the thugs are not suprisingly, from the Portsmouth area. Crime in Southampton's night club area is generally commited by people who live in the Southampton area - it's not rocket science. Brite Spark
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10:24am Tue 1 Feb 11

Dwella says...

Dr George wrote:
"Hampshire street", why not just say "portsmouth street" in your headlines? This is supposed to be a Southampton newspaper, Pompey has its own.
I welcome hearing news about other cities around Southampton in the Daily Echo..... it reminds me that the grass isn't always greener. And this is a newspaper.... it's reporting the news.... it tends to do that about the local area and it will sometime include news from just outside that local area. No doubt Portsmouth has news about Southampton in there paper.
[quote][p][bold]Dr George[/bold] wrote: "Hampshire street", why not just say "portsmouth street" in your headlines? This is supposed to be a Southampton newspaper, Pompey has its own.[/p][/quote]I welcome hearing news about other cities around Southampton in the Daily Echo..... it reminds me that the grass isn't always greener. And this is a newspaper.... it's reporting the news.... it tends to do that about the local area and it will sometime include news from just outside that local area. No doubt Portsmouth has news about Southampton in there paper. Dwella
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10:57am Tue 1 Feb 11

saint61 says...

Let's not kid ourselves here. Every town has its own problems Portsmouth is no different. I hope the Echo are not playing one against the other here ? this is a social problem that exists in our country not just Portsmouth
Let's not kid ourselves here. Every town has its own problems Portsmouth is no different. I hope the Echo are not playing one against the other here ? this is a social problem that exists in our country not just Portsmouth saint61
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11:25am Tue 1 Feb 11

J.K. says...

Trust the Echo for truth

"Glovers Court in Preston and its surrounding area is the most crime-ridden place in England and Wales, according to new figures.

More than 150 crimes and incidents of anti-social behaviour were reported on the street or nearby in December alone, including 44 violent crimes"
Trust the Echo for truth "Glovers Court in Preston and its surrounding area is the most crime-ridden place in England and Wales, according to new figures. More than 150 crimes and incidents of anti-social behaviour were reported on the street or nearby in December alone, including 44 violent crimes" J.K.
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11:26am Tue 1 Feb 11

J.K. says...

Trust the Echo for truth

"Glovers Court in Preston and its surrounding area is the most crime-ridden place in England and Wales, according to new figures.

More than 150 crimes and incidents of anti-social behaviour were reported on the street or nearby in December alone, including 44 violent crimes"
Trust the Echo for truth "Glovers Court in Preston and its surrounding area is the most crime-ridden place in England and Wales, according to new figures. More than 150 crimes and incidents of anti-social behaviour were reported on the street or nearby in December alone, including 44 violent crimes" J.K.
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12:23pm Tue 1 Feb 11

TrueBlue OZ says...

Whether it's portsmouth or Southampton it makes no difference. Anti-social behavior is alive & well all over the world. The Police are ham strung by U.N. E.U. Civil Rights, Civil Liberties etc.
I suppose it helps organisations like the Biderburg federation in their push for The New world Order.
I was 10 years old back in 1944. Coming home from the cinema. At Kinston Cresent, outside the White horse pub, a big fight was giong on between American sailors & likly our sailors too. One big copper got set into them with his truncheon. By the time the U.S shore patrols arrived, the copper had six of them laid out on the pavement. When the shore patrols loaded them in their waggons they got another dose of their baseball bat type of truncheons.
Now I would like to know what happened to that type of Pompey Policeman ?
Whether it's portsmouth or Southampton it makes no difference. Anti-social behavior is alive & well all over the world. The Police are ham strung by U.N. E.U. Civil Rights, Civil Liberties etc. I suppose it helps organisations like the Biderburg federation in their push for The New world Order. I was 10 years old back in 1944. Coming home from the cinema. At Kinston Cresent, outside the White horse pub, a big fight was giong on between American sailors & likly our sailors too. One big copper got set into them with his truncheon. By the time the U.S shore patrols arrived, the copper had six of them laid out on the pavement. When the shore patrols loaded them in their waggons they got another dose of their baseball bat type of truncheons. Now I would like to know what happened to that type of Pompey Policeman ? TrueBlue OZ
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12:37pm Tue 1 Feb 11

southy says...

Dwella wrote:
Dr George wrote:
"Hampshire street", why not just say "portsmouth street" in your headlines? This is supposed to be a Southampton newspaper, Pompey has its own.
I welcome hearing news about other cities around Southampton in the Daily Echo..... it reminds me that the grass isn't always greener. And this is a newspaper.... it's reporting the news.... it tends to do that about the local area and it will sometime include news from just outside that local area. No doubt Portsmouth has news about Southampton in there paper.
the echo is not a southampton paper, its a southern paper and is printed in southampton.
where do it say southampton in the tittle off the paper it don't, it say,s southern, and southern can cover from kent to cornwall.
[quote][p][bold]Dwella[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dr George[/bold] wrote: "Hampshire street", why not just say "portsmouth street" in your headlines? This is supposed to be a Southampton newspaper, Pompey has its own.[/p][/quote]I welcome hearing news about other cities around Southampton in the Daily Echo..... it reminds me that the grass isn't always greener. And this is a newspaper.... it's reporting the news.... it tends to do that about the local area and it will sometime include news from just outside that local area. No doubt Portsmouth has news about Southampton in there paper.[/p][/quote]the echo is not a southampton paper, its a southern paper and is printed in southampton. where do it say southampton in the tittle off the paper it don't, it say,s southern, and southern can cover from kent to cornwall. southy
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12:39pm Tue 1 Feb 11

Paramjit Bahia says...

If anybody thinks that these crime figures are disturbing, they should keep in mind that these are only crimes recorded by the police. But lots of crime doesn’t get reported because of various reasons. Sadly lack of confidence in the police is one of those
.
Obviously police also has its own side of the sad story. They have frequently complained about shortage of officers and resources
.
But what is our government doing? Cutting the police budget and planning to make many highly experienced officers redundant. If that is not complete lunacy then what can we call the stupid most policies of this ConDem Coalition?
If anybody thinks that these crime figures are disturbing, they should keep in mind that these are only crimes recorded by the police. But lots of crime doesn’t get reported because of various reasons. Sadly lack of confidence in the police is one of those . Obviously police also has its own side of the sad story. They have frequently complained about shortage of officers and resources . But what is our government doing? Cutting the police budget and planning to make many highly experienced officers redundant. If that is not complete lunacy then what can we call the stupid most policies of this ConDem Coalition? Paramjit Bahia
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1:10pm Tue 1 Feb 11

Stillness says...

Paramjit Bahia wrote:
If anybody thinks that these crime figures are disturbing, they should keep in mind that these are only crimes recorded by the police. But lots of crime doesn’t get reported because of various reasons. Sadly lack of confidence in the police is one of those
.
Obviously police also has its own side of the sad story. They have frequently complained about shortage of officers and resources
.
But what is our government doing? Cutting the police budget and planning to make many highly experienced officers redundant. If that is not complete lunacy then what can we call the stupid most policies of this ConDem Coalition?
Nice to see you standing in for southy paramjit. Keep up the good work.
[quote][p][bold]Paramjit Bahia[/bold] wrote: If anybody thinks that these crime figures are disturbing, they should keep in mind that these are only crimes recorded by the police. But lots of crime doesn’t get reported because of various reasons. Sadly lack of confidence in the police is one of those . Obviously police also has its own side of the sad story. They have frequently complained about shortage of officers and resources . But what is our government doing? Cutting the police budget and planning to make many highly experienced officers redundant. If that is not complete lunacy then what can we call the stupid most policies of this ConDem Coalition?[/p][/quote]Nice to see you standing in for southy paramjit. Keep up the good work. Stillness
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1:12pm Tue 1 Feb 11

Brite Spark says...

southy wrote:
Dwella wrote:
Dr George wrote:
"Hampshire street", why not just say "portsmouth street" in your headlines? This is supposed to be a Southampton newspaper, Pompey has its own.
I welcome hearing news about other cities around Southampton in the Daily Echo..... it reminds me that the grass isn't always greener. And this is a newspaper.... it's reporting the news.... it tends to do that about the local area and it will sometime include news from just outside that local area. No doubt Portsmouth has news about Southampton in there paper.
the echo is not a southampton paper, its a southern paper and is printed in southampton.
where do it say southampton in the tittle off the paper it don't, it say,s southern, and southern can cover from kent to cornwall.
The paper primarily covers Hampshire, it's sister paper The Bournemouth Echo covers Dorset.

Anyway let's not get away from the story. If you log onto www.police.uk you will come across the Crime Map, my street is crime free.

(That's cos I haven't been caught yet).
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dwella[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dr George[/bold] wrote: "Hampshire street", why not just say "portsmouth street" in your headlines? This is supposed to be a Southampton newspaper, Pompey has its own.[/p][/quote]I welcome hearing news about other cities around Southampton in the Daily Echo..... it reminds me that the grass isn't always greener. And this is a newspaper.... it's reporting the news.... it tends to do that about the local area and it will sometime include news from just outside that local area. No doubt Portsmouth has news about Southampton in there paper.[/p][/quote]the echo is not a southampton paper, its a southern paper and is printed in southampton. where do it say southampton in the tittle off the paper it don't, it say,s southern, and southern can cover from kent to cornwall.[/p][/quote]The paper primarily covers Hampshire, it's sister paper The Bournemouth Echo covers Dorset. Anyway let's not get away from the story. If you log onto www.police.uk you will come across the Crime Map, my street is crime free. (That's cos I haven't been caught yet). Brite Spark
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1:59pm Tue 1 Feb 11

Seedhouse the Sequel says...

Stillness wrote:
Elgy wrote: No surprises from our violent fishy friends.
Knee and jerk spring to mind. In fact jerk sprang twice.
You a skater or what? Elgy states the obvious and you insult him?
[quote][p][bold]Stillness[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Elgy[/bold] wrote: No surprises from our violent fishy friends.[/p][/quote]Knee and jerk spring to mind. In fact jerk sprang twice.[/p][/quote]You a skater or what? Elgy states the obvious and you insult him? Seedhouse the Sequel
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2:02pm Tue 1 Feb 11

Seedhouse the Sequel says...

fraggled wrote:
Elgy wrote: No surprises from our violent fishy friends.
Why do people have to be so hateful towards residents who may live in a different city or town? Surely this is a form of abuse, which The Echo should not be encouraging? Further more, there are no details on the crime map, or in this article, that says those committing these crimes are from that area. Perhaps the crimes are being committed by Southampton residents who want to cause trouble elsewhere.
Er, because they are violent and smell of fish?

Do you really believe the good honest upstanding people of Southampton would degrade themselves by going to Portsmouth, let alone with the intent of causing trouble?
[quote][p][bold]fraggled[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Elgy[/bold] wrote: No surprises from our violent fishy friends.[/p][/quote]Why do people have to be so hateful towards residents who may live in a different city or town? Surely this is a form of abuse, which The Echo should not be encouraging? Further more, there are no details on the crime map, or in this article, that says those committing these crimes are from that area. Perhaps the crimes are being committed by Southampton residents who want to cause trouble elsewhere.[/p][/quote]Er, because they are violent and smell of fish? Do you really believe the good honest upstanding people of Southampton would degrade themselves by going to Portsmouth, let alone with the intent of causing trouble? Seedhouse the Sequel
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2:07pm Tue 1 Feb 11

chrisdemeanour says...

Have a load of coppers on foot patrolling the street at relevant times doing their job, sorted!
Have a load of coppers on foot patrolling the street at relevant times doing their job, sorted! chrisdemeanour
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2:08pm Tue 1 Feb 11

Fatcyclist says...

Seedhouse the Sequel wrote:
Stillness wrote:
Elgy wrote: No surprises from our violent fishy friends.
Knee and jerk spring to mind. In fact jerk sprang twice.
You a skater or what? Elgy states the obvious and you insult him?
Stillness are you musical?
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Sequel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stillness[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Elgy[/bold] wrote: No surprises from our violent fishy friends.[/p][/quote]Knee and jerk spring to mind. In fact jerk sprang twice.[/p][/quote]You a skater or what? Elgy states the obvious and you insult him?[/p][/quote]Stillness are you musical? Fatcyclist
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3:37pm Tue 1 Feb 11

Stillness says...

Seedhouse the Sequel wrote:
Stillness wrote:
Elgy wrote: No surprises from our violent fishy friends.
Knee and jerk spring to mind. In fact jerk sprang twice.
You a skater or what? Elgy states the obvious and you insult him?
It is not possible to insult someone unless they have the intelligence to realise that they have been insulted. He only knows now as you have pointed it out, and I wouldn’t be 100% sure that of that.
[quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Sequel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stillness[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Elgy[/bold] wrote: No surprises from our violent fishy friends.[/p][/quote]Knee and jerk spring to mind. In fact jerk sprang twice.[/p][/quote]You a skater or what? Elgy states the obvious and you insult him?[/p][/quote]It is not possible to insult someone unless they have the intelligence to realise that they have been insulted. He only knows now as you have pointed it out, and I wouldn’t be 100% sure that of that. Stillness
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7:56pm Tue 1 Feb 11

southy says...

Fatcyclist wrote:
Seedhouse the Sequel wrote:
Stillness wrote:
Elgy wrote: No surprises from our violent fishy friends.
Knee and jerk spring to mind. In fact jerk sprang twice.
You a skater or what? Elgy states the obvious and you insult him?
Stillness are you musical?
just don,t ask stillness to sing.
[quote][p][bold]Fatcyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Sequel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stillness[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Elgy[/bold] wrote: No surprises from our violent fishy friends.[/p][/quote]Knee and jerk spring to mind. In fact jerk sprang twice.[/p][/quote]You a skater or what? Elgy states the obvious and you insult him?[/p][/quote]Stillness are you musical?[/p][/quote]just don,t ask stillness to sing. southy
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8:37pm Tue 1 Feb 11

The Mad Dog says...

fraggled wrote:
Firstly, when comparing the details on the crime map you have to bear in mind that it only relates to reported incidents; something the Echo omitted to print. Therefore, it is not an accurate picture of what is happening in your community. How many times have you known someone to be a victim of crime but they don’t report it (for whatever reason), or you see a crime being perpetrated, but do not contact the police?
Secondly, why is this being covered by Jon Reeve, an Education Reporter?
'Secondly' its part of the cuts
[quote][p][bold]fraggled[/bold] wrote: Firstly, when comparing the details on the crime map you have to bear in mind that it only relates to reported incidents; something the Echo omitted to print. Therefore, it is not an accurate picture of what is happening in your community. How many times have you known someone to be a victim of crime but they don’t report it (for whatever reason), or you see a crime being perpetrated, but do not contact the police? Secondly, why is this being covered by Jon Reeve, an Education Reporter?[/p][/quote]'Secondly' its part of the cuts The Mad Dog
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10:51pm Tue 1 Feb 11

fraggled says...

Brite Spark wrote:
fraggled wrote:
Elgy wrote: No surprises from our violent fishy friends.
Why do people have to be so hateful towards residents who may live in a different city or town? Surely this is a form of abuse, which The Echo should not be encouraging? Further more, there are no details on the crime map, or in this article, that says those committing these crimes are from that area. Perhaps the crimes are being committed by Southampton residents who want to cause trouble elsewhere.
Double standards here. Why are you now located in Southern Hampshire and not Eastleigh? Is it because Eastleigh is a bit rough? As for the crime in Guildhall Square in Portsmouoth and in that area generally, the majority of the thugs are not suprisingly, from the Portsmouth area. Crime in Southampton's night club area is generally commited by people who live in the Southampton area - it's not rocket science.
I have not lived in Eastleigh for about six months now; that’s why I am now located in ‘Southern Hampshire’.

I know it’s not rocket science to work out that it is likely to be the local residents causing trouble. What I am saying is that the figures on the crime map do not take this in to account.
[quote][p][bold]Brite Spark[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]fraggled[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Elgy[/bold] wrote: No surprises from our violent fishy friends.[/p][/quote]Why do people have to be so hateful towards residents who may live in a different city or town? Surely this is a form of abuse, which The Echo should not be encouraging? Further more, there are no details on the crime map, or in this article, that says those committing these crimes are from that area. Perhaps the crimes are being committed by Southampton residents who want to cause trouble elsewhere.[/p][/quote]Double standards here. Why are you now located in Southern Hampshire and not Eastleigh? Is it because Eastleigh is a bit rough? As for the crime in Guildhall Square in Portsmouoth and in that area generally, the majority of the thugs are not suprisingly, from the Portsmouth area. Crime in Southampton's night club area is generally commited by people who live in the Southampton area - it's not rocket science.[/p][/quote]I have not lived in Eastleigh for about six months now; that’s why I am now located in ‘Southern Hampshire’. I know it’s not rocket science to work out that it is likely to be the local residents causing trouble. What I am saying is that the figures on the crime map do not take this in to account. fraggled
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11:13pm Tue 1 Feb 11

Stillness says...

southy wrote:
Fatcyclist wrote:
Seedhouse the Sequel wrote:
Stillness wrote:
Elgy wrote: No surprises from our violent fishy friends.
Knee and jerk spring to mind. In fact jerk sprang twice.
You a skater or what? Elgy states the obvious and you insult him?
Stillness are you musical?
just don,t ask stillness to sing.
Don’t get nasty just because you never made it to head choirboy lol.
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fatcyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Sequel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stillness[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Elgy[/bold] wrote: No surprises from our violent fishy friends.[/p][/quote]Knee and jerk spring to mind. In fact jerk sprang twice.[/p][/quote]You a skater or what? Elgy states the obvious and you insult him?[/p][/quote]Stillness are you musical?[/p][/quote]just don,t ask stillness to sing.[/p][/quote]Don’t get nasty just because you never made it to head choirboy lol. Stillness
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1:26am Wed 2 Feb 11

Exiled Saint says...

Gun wharf is no better, although there its only **** 18 year olds who you can happily deck in one shot.
Gun wharf is no better, although there its only **** 18 year olds who you can happily deck in one shot. Exiled Saint
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1:58am Wed 2 Feb 11

southy says...

Stillness wrote:
southy wrote:
Fatcyclist wrote:
Seedhouse the Sequel wrote:
Stillness wrote:
Elgy wrote: No surprises from our violent fishy friends.
Knee and jerk spring to mind. In fact jerk sprang twice.
You a skater or what? Elgy states the obvious and you insult him?
Stillness are you musical?
just don,t ask stillness to sing.
Don’t get nasty just because you never made it to head choirboy lol.
lol hey stillness do you still sound like Lee Marvin singing "I was born under a wondering star"
[quote][p][bold]Stillness[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fatcyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Sequel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stillness[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Elgy[/bold] wrote: No surprises from our violent fishy friends.[/p][/quote]Knee and jerk spring to mind. In fact jerk sprang twice.[/p][/quote]You a skater or what? Elgy states the obvious and you insult him?[/p][/quote]Stillness are you musical?[/p][/quote]just don,t ask stillness to sing.[/p][/quote]Don’t get nasty just because you never made it to head choirboy lol.[/p][/quote]lol hey stillness do you still sound like Lee Marvin singing "I was born under a wondering star" southy
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8:54am Wed 2 Feb 11

Stillness says...

southy wrote:
Stillness wrote:
southy wrote:
Fatcyclist wrote:
Seedhouse the Sequel wrote:
Stillness wrote:
Elgy wrote: No surprises from our violent fishy friends.
Knee and jerk spring to mind. In fact jerk sprang twice.
You a skater or what? Elgy states the obvious and you insult him?
Stillness are you musical?
just don,t ask stillness to sing.
Don’t get nasty just because you never made it to head choirboy lol.
lol hey stillness do you still sound like Lee Marvin singing "I was born under a wondering star"
I was never that good. I loved the way you hit the high notes. It must have had something to do with all those private lessons you got from the organist :()
[quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stillness[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]southy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Fatcyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Seedhouse the Sequel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Stillness[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Elgy[/bold] wrote: No surprises from our violent fishy friends.[/p][/quote]Knee and jerk spring to mind. In fact jerk sprang twice.[/p][/quote]You a skater or what? Elgy states the obvious and you insult him?[/p][/quote]Stillness are you musical?[/p][/quote]just don,t ask stillness to sing.[/p][/quote]Don’t get nasty just because you never made it to head choirboy lol.[/p][/quote]lol hey stillness do you still sound like Lee Marvin singing "I was born under a wondering star"[/p][/quote]I was never that good. I loved the way you hit the high notes. It must have had something to do with all those private lessons you got from the organist :() Stillness
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9:44am Wed 2 Feb 11

costa gaz says...

Along with todays other story."police descend on city pub"
It seem that alchohol has played it's part.
So heres the solution; get government scientists to safely make the illegal drug "extasy" and put it into alchohol.
Kicking out time in all of our major cities full of drunks hugging each other.
Utopia!!!!
Along with todays other story."police descend on city pub" It seem that alchohol has played it's part. So heres the solution; get government scientists to safely make the illegal drug "extasy" and put it into alchohol. Kicking out time in all of our major cities full of drunks hugging each other. Utopia!!!! costa gaz
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4:02pm Wed 2 Feb 11

shilo says...

If you are reporting on Portsmouth, then say Portsmouth and not just Hampshire.
If you are reporting on Portsmouth, then say Portsmouth and not just Hampshire. shilo
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