Local Issues

24 Nov


The violence, intimidation and antisocial behaviour which has been widespread in Whiteley is I know of great concern to all of us that live in Whiteley.
I have been in regular contact with Fareham’s District Commander, Acting Chief Inspector Richard Thompson and Acting Inspector Katie Clift from the Fareham Neighbourhood Policing Team and am delighted with the resulting focus on the area which has resulted in a number of arrests for a variety of offences. The most recent arrests have resulted in bail conditions which include not entering Whiteley which I know will provide some reassurance to all of us residents.
I am sure every resident of Whiteley will wish to thank the Fareham Police for the exceptional work that has been put into this ongoing operation. If anyone witnesses any further criminality taking place the number to call is 999 if it is ongoing. Historic information can be given via 101 or online.
Domestic CCTV that captures images of any culprits can be shared with the police and I know some are keen to set up active Neighbourhood Watch groups which I very much welcome; the more intelligence that can be supplied to the police the better
20 Nov


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20 Nov


We are consulting the users on which pieces of new play equipment should be installed at the recreation ground in Burridge – the play area is to be upgraded and we want parents to go online with their children and let them decide what they would like to see there.
Consultation is open until Monday. More details here: http://ow.ly/gJ9b50C2EpO