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Community Policing

Warnford Village Community Policing

Community Policing

Warnford 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 local beat manager is Police Community Support Officer Owen Reeves (contact details below).

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. The stations are open until around 8pm Monday to Saturday and 5pm Sunday.

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 to officers on duty and with the correct skills set.

To get up to date information about policing nationally, and in particular for the Meon Valley area, including local crime statistics and more contact details go to

The police and crime commissioner for Hampshire issues a monthly newsletter and you can sign up for this by following this link.

Local Contacts

Name Role Email Phone

PCSO Owen Reeves

Community Support Officer

07787 004995   (mob)

Quick Guide to reporting crime

Police emergency

Only call 999 if:

  • A crime is happening now (or just happened)
  • You have immediate concerns for someone’s safety
  • You see a traffic collision involving injury or danger to other road users.
  • You see something suspicious that needs immediate attention

Not an emergency

Call 101 to report:

  • crimes that are not in progress
  • Suspicious people or vehicles
  • Non urgent information
  • Criminal damage / theft / theft from a vehicle (this can also be reported on-line at )

For general information and advice go to

Use Crimestoppers if you don’t want to talk to the police. You can report any crime or suspicion without giving your name:   0800 555 111.    This is not an emergency service – for a crime in progress - call 999

Fraud, Scams & Cyber crime

  • If you are a victim of fraud involving credit/debit cards, cheques or on line banking – immediately notify your bank.
  • If you have lost money to a fraud or cyber-crime go to or 0300 123 2040 and get a crime number.
  • Report attempted fraud or cyber-crime giving phone numbers and other details to ActionFraud 
  • Help disrupt fraudsters by reporting scam e-mails to Action Fraud.
  • Doorstep crime/cold callers - get advice from Trading Standards Quick Response Team (Mon-Fri 9am to 5pm) 01962 833666.

For all other hours contact 101

(or 999 if you feel threatened).

Report online

  • Criminal damage / theft / theft from a vehicle :

You can report these crimes online at

  • Fraud, attempted fraud and scam e-mails :

You can report online at

  • Any crime or suspicion about a crime you can report in confidence to