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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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‘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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Junior Citizen 2014

‘I am a Junior Citizen. I pledge to do my best to make my area a better place to live’ 1,160 year six students from 24 local Primary and Junior schools attended the Junior Citizen Event at Fort Purbrook in

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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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Anti-social behaviour

The Safer Havant Partnership has used feedback from local residents and detailed crime analysis to identify anti-social behaviour as one of their three main priorities. Anti-social behaviour is a broad term that can include litter and flytipping, rowdy and drunken

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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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‘Clean up for Summer’ Week

The Leigh Park Community Led Planning Group, made up of residents and agencies living and working in Leigh Park, have been asking residents about issues that affect them. One of the main issues is litter, dog mess and fly tipped

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Streets will not be paved with litter

Havant’s campaign to clean up the borough’s streets gathered pace this week with more than 500 people now being fined for dropping litter since the campaign was launched in May. So far (as of Friday 20th June 2014) 568 Fixed

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Paying the price for littering the streets

Havant Borough Council’s Pick up or Pay up campaign to clean up the streets, parks and open spaces is now under way. In the first week of the campaign the councils Environment Rangers working in partnership with Kingdom Security’s Environmental

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