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Police Community Support

Droxford resides within a cluster of villages surrounding the A32 area of the Meon Valley, covered by the Winchester Greater Neighbourhood Policing Team, one of three teams within the Winchester District. The team is managed by Police Sergeant Richard Holland and your local beat manager is Police Community Support Officer Sarah McCulloch (contact details below).

Sarah joined Hampshire Constabulary as a PCSO in 2007 and has worked in the Meon Valley since she completed her training period. Over the years, PCSO McCulloch has been the beat officer mainly for Swanmore & Bishops Waltham, but has worked with other villages from time to time. She is passionate about her role and enjoys getting out on patrol, so if you see her, do introduce yourself.

The team operate out of Bishops Waltham Police station, Hoe Road, SO32 1DS. This building does not have front counter, however Fareham Police Station and Mottisfont Court, Winchester continue to operate this facility.

Crime reporting should always go through formal channels: 999 during a live incident/emergency, 101 for new crime reports after an incident or you can access the online reporting service here. The team are unable to accept new reports via email or mobile. This ensures prompt and effective classification and allocation of your crime or incident.

The team engage with the community in a variety of ways. They attend local groups and events in order to engage and provide you with a visible presence in the villages. Hampshire Constabulary are supporters of NHW as it provides a link with the community and can be a valuable intelligence source. You are also able to follow the team on Twitter, @WinchesterCops, for daily updates and crime prevention advice.

Motorcycles using the A32 in an antisocial manner remain a priority, led by the Roads Policing Unit and in 2019, several operations were conducted with the assistance of the Neighbourhood Team to educate road users and issue penalties where appropriate.

‚ÄčHow to Report Crime and Anti-Social Behaviour to Hampshire Constabulary:

Is it an emergency?

Does it feel like the situation could get heated or violent very soon? Is someone in immediate danger? Do you need support right away? If so, please call 999.

If you have a hearing or speech impairment, use our textphone service 18000 or text us on 999 if you have pre-registered with the emergency SMS service.

If you have witnessed or been the victim of crime, please report it to us.

Reports are dealt with by our control room in the same way whether you report it online at www.hampshire.police or call 101.

For all serious emergencies call 999 for Police, Fire Service, Ambulance Service

Police non-emergency telephone number:  101

Cyber fraud telephone number: 0300 123 2040

Further information available:

Hampshire Constabulary: Country Watch

Hampshire Police & Crime Commissioner:  Homepage

A -Z of common scams, schemes and fraud: Homepage