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Below are a number of contact points.


  • HRA manages the Highfield crime information sharing WhatsApp Group which includes representatives from community groups/roads across Highfield. To find out more about this and/or how you can join, please click on the link:


  • 999  Call this number in an emergency: if life is in danger, a crime is being committed, there’s a risk of injury or an immediate police response is required. All calls to this number are prioritised and free.


  • 101    Call this free, single non-emergency, 24 hour number for non emergency issues and incidents, including non-emergency crime and anti-social behaviour issues as well as general enquiries. Please be aware that you won’t be able to call 101 from outside Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Calls to 101 are answered within 30 seconds. Non-emergency incidents can also be reported online. See below.


  • Southampton District High Harm Team: Tel 07392314531


  • New Police online reporting portal. Click on this link: https://www.hampshire.police.uk/ro/report/ This gives you the opportunity to record your concerns in your own words. These reports are reviewed daily by the local team.


  • Online reporting of non-emergency incidents or suspicious activity, use online reporting:  http://orlo.uk/pCMLk


  • Hampshire Constabulary Central Switchboard (non urgent). Telephone no: 01962 84153


  • Crime searching tool to find out about crime incidents in your area: use this link, then add your post code and scroll down into the details. Stats are produced on a monthly basis: https://www.police.uk/


  • Southampton Cops facebook.com/11546068320066. This is the current Southampton Cops facebook page which was launched in October 2019. There is also another good facebook page: Hedge End Cops facebook.com. There are possible plans for a more local facebook page.


  • Southampton Cops Twitter is @SouthamptonCops. Another good police Twitter acount is: @HedgeEndCops. As with the facebook page, there are possible plans for a more local Twitter account.


  • Making a complaint to the Police – if the response provided by email or by attending officers is unsatisfactory/inadequate

There is a dedicated process to address complaints for all residents of Hampshire and Isle of Wight. Individual cases should be discussed through the 101 service (where supervisors are available to address complaints). This helps to identify the right department/individual concerned in order for appropriate actions to be taken ASAP.

Alternatively, additional information about complaints can be found here, including an online ‘complaint form’ to submit a written complaint: https://www.hampshire.police.uk/advice/advice-and-information/c/complaints/what-is-a-complaint/


Neighbourhood Watch Network:

Website: www.ourwatch.org.uk
Facebook: www.facebook.com/ourwatch
Twitter: twitter.com/N_watch
Instagram: neighbourhood.watch.insta
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/neighbourhood-watch/


Crimestoppers – Useful links:


NOTE: Details of any new facebook pages or twitter accounts will be advertised via HRA social media.