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Basingstoke Crime Priority Survey Update

Alert message sent 12/04/2019 08:56:00

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Basingstoke South – Brighton Hill, Kempshott and Beggarwood
 
Beat Officers
 
PC 20069 Alex ANDERSON                   alex.anderson@hampshire.pnn.police.uk
PCSO 15950 Debbie DOHERTY deborah.doherty@hampshire.pnn.police.uk
 
Contact us via 999 in an emergency, 101 for non-emergencies. You can report a crime on line using hampshire.police.uk
 
Many thanks for all of you who have helped us with our recent Community Priority Survey. We received 634 replies, which is an amazing return. Many of you remain understandably very concerned about burglaries and criminal damage offences within Brighton Hill, Kempshott and Beggarwood. In making a decision on what type of crime we should focus on in your local area, I have to use the resources I have in the most effective way I can. I also have had to look at what our own, wider priorities are and what our current figures tell us about crime in Brighton Hill, Kempshott and Beggarwood. Our principal focus, as you may well be aware, centres on preventing the most serious types of violent offences, whether they are linked to knives, drugs, domestic violence, the sexual and criminal exploitation of children and the protection of other types of vulnerable people, such as those who are repeatedly being reported as missing. Managing these issues will remain a priority for all police officers. Even so, I remain very concerned about the level of theft from motor vehicles within Brighton Hill, Kempshott and Beggarwood and this will be the principle are of focus for your local beat officers for the next quarter. Please do continue to report all types of crime. Your local beat officers will continue to act to reduce the number of all types of offences in your local area.
 
Inspector 2157 Richard LANE
 
 
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Deborah Doherty (Police, PCSO, Basingstoke District)

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