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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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Havant Rangers on BBC show ‘Don’t Mess With Me’

The BBC have recently shown a five part documentary series hosted by Margaret Mountford investigating the methods and tactics Councils are using to combat the litter problem in Britain.  Havant’s own Environmental Rangers featured in episode five, Fast Food. The Rangers demonstrated the ‘Paint Poo Pink’ Campaign and

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Plain Clothes Patrols

Havant Council plan plain clothes patrols to target people who fail to clean up after their dogs! Council rangers working in plain clothes are ready to issue irresponsible dog owners with a Fixed Penalty Notice of £75 if they fail

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White Ribbon Day

On the 25th November Southern Domestic Abuse Service partnered with Hampshire Fire and Rescue, Hampshire Police, Swain & Co. Solicitors and Radian Housing at Havant Plaza to raise awareness about domestic abuse and White Ribbon Day. White Ribbon Day is also known as

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Volunteers for Litter Pick

Members of Springwood Community Centre, Waterlooville together with 12 managers from the chain ‘One Stop’ are volunteering their time and rolling up their sleeves in a bid to combat litter issues in the Stakes Hill area. Working with Havant Borough

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Volunteers make a difference in Leigh Park

Following a community led project, residents and agencies in Leigh Park have made a big impact to the area. Over 160 volunteers got involved in a week long project called ‘Clean up for Summer’. Organised by the Leigh Park Community

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Young people

The Safer Havant Partnership understands the importance of finding out what young people think about community safety issues in their local area and regularly takes part in the fun activities taking place throughout the borough, such as the brilliant annual

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Reporting a community safety issue

Information and advice on reporting a crime or anti-social behaviour issue, including abandoned vehicles, graffiti and criminal damage: Reporting a crime or anti-social behaviour issue to the police Call 999 in an emergency only. That means if life is threatened,

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About us

The Safer Havant Partnership brings together a number of agencies who are responsible for dealing with crime and anti-social behaviour issues throughout the Havant Borough.  These agencies include: Havant Borough Council Hampshire Constabulary Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service Hampshire Police and

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