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Partnership Working

Delivering differently in the Havant Borough The Safer Havant partnership is a multi-agency group working together to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour in the Havant Borough. Early intervention and problem solving are two key areas that we are working on

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Successful funding bid

Vulnerable individuals supported with more than £190,000 Havant Borough Council (HBC) has supported two local charities in their successful bid for £190,587 of funding. Southern Domestic Abuse Service (SDAS), in partnership with Motiv8 and HBC, applied for the funding from

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Open Morning at Havant Jobcentre Plus

Wednesday 15th February 2017 10am-1pm Have you recently been affected by the Benefit Cap? Have you had difficulties budgeting? Have you lost direction about future employment? Do you know where to go for support? Come along to the drop in

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Who Let the Dogs Out?

Public Consultation on Dogs in Open Spaces The council is asking residents for their views on dogs using open spaces as part of a consultation into a proposed Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO). PSPOs were introduced by Government in October

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Crackle, Bang, Fizz Bonfire and Firework Display

Havant Borough Council’s annual Bonfire and Fireworks Display set to wow crowds once again. The event will be taking place from 5pm on Saturday 5th November, at Stockheath Common, Leigh Park with lots to do before the bonfire is lit

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Domestic Homicide Review 2016

Domestic Homicide Reviews are carried out to ensure that lessons are learnt when a person has been killed as a result of domestic violence. The Home Office multi-agency statutory guidance defines a Domestic Homicide Review as a review of the circumstances in which

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Junior Citizen 2015

I am a Junior Citizen. I pledge to do my best to make my area a better place to live 1,161 year six students from 28 local Primary and Junior schools attended the Junior Citizen Event at Fort Purbrook in

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Ball Games in Public Places

During the spring and summer each year the Council receives complaints about young people playing ball games in public places. In general, ball games are a fun activity for young people playing them and can be a source of disturbance for those who are not. Unfortunately, this

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‘We’re watching you’

Dog owners who don’t clear up after their pets be warned Research shows dog fouling tends to occur at night because some pet owners know they will not be seen under the cover of darkness. As such, there is a

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Community Alcohol Partnership Relaunch on Hayling

The Hayling Island Community Alcohol Partnership (CAP) has re-launched its alcohol ‘education and enforcement’ campaign following a successful program which reduced reported levels of anti-social behaviour on the Island and raised awareness of alcohol issues amongst young people. The re-launch

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