Street-level crime in Eastleigh

Crime for Eastleigh

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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

Eastleigh
Eastleigh
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

Eastleigh Central neighbourhood policing team

Sgt Richard Knight

Richard has recently joined the team from our response strand.

PC Maria Firth

Maria has recently joined the central team from our investigations command.

PC Rob Reason

PC Reason recently moved to central team from Eastleigh East team.

PC Iain Wilson

Iain joined Hampshire Constabulary in 1998. He has served as a member of the Eastleigh Neighbourhood Team for 13 years as a beat officer.
He has previously worked in the Valley Park / Knightwood area and the residential area of Eastleigh Town Centre.
Iain has a great deal of community policing experience.

PC Rich Moody

Rich has performed many roles with Eastleigh Police both in and out of uniform. He has a vast knowledge of the area having worked in Eastleigh for many years.

PCSO Michael Smith

Hi, my name is Mike, I am a PCSO and I started with Hampshire Constabulary on the 7th March 2016. I am a motorbike enthusiast my choice of ride is a Triumph Speed Triple.

PCSO Jennifer Barfoot

PCSO Barfoot joined Hampshire Constabulary as a police support volunteer in December 2012 and was appointed as a PCSO in July 2015. She has been a part of Eastleigh Central Neighbourhood Policing Team (NPT) since December 2015 after spending a short time at Hedge End.

PCSO Sam Landa

Hi, My name is Sam Landa and I came to Eastleigh Central in June 2017 from Redbridge in Southampton . I am passionate about working with local partner agencies as well as striving to make this neighbourhood a peaceful place to live. I will endeavour to fulfil my role and responsibilities to a high standard. If you see me whilst patrolling please feel free to come and say hello or ask any questions.

PCSO Luke Ingram

Hello, I am PCSO Luke Ingram currently working from Eastleigh Police Station. I joined the team here in June 2017 having previously worked from Hedge End.

PCSO Tina Fry

Tina arrived at Eastleigh in December of 2006 having joined the constabulary in October 2006. She has remained on the Eastleigh beat for the last 11 years.

PCSO Oonagh Knights
No additional details are available for this team member. Please contact Hampshire Constabulary to request that they add this information.

About this neighbourhood

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The beat area of 'Eastleigh Central' comprises of the main shopping precinct in the town including the Swan Centre and Vue cinema complex. The residential roads surrounding the town centre as far South as Derby Road, Campbell Road, the railway yards and East as far as The Hub.

Many of the shops and pubs within the town centre are part of the shop / pub watch initiative. A modern CCTV system covers a large proportion of the town centre. The beat is covered by three police officers and two police community support officers, assisted by special constables and volunteers.

The beat is one of the busiest within the Eastleigh District, with many businesses, residents and visitors, yet still Eastleigh has low crime and anti-social behaviour (ASB). The Safer Neighbourhoods team for this area are passionate about reducing crime and ASB, protecting vulnerable people and targeting those who commit crime.

You can influence local priorities by attending a beat surgery or public meeting, by email, web or call 101.

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

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