If you need an immediate police response then you should always dial 999.
- an incident is happening now
- life is at immediate risk
- a suspect is on scene
Before reporting a crime
So that the police can deal with your report as quickly as possible, it is important to consider the following information and have it ready to provide to them:
- the date and time the crime happened
- the location, such as address or road name along with the town or city
- a description of any people involved
- the details of any witnesses or suspects
- if you think there is any additional evidence such as forensic evidence or mobile phone footage.
- If you think there is CCTV, tell us about it and we will make further enquiries on your behalf.
101: this is Hampshire Constabulary 24 hour non-emergency number to report all non-emergency crimes, any suspicious activity and incidents such as vandalism, abandoned vehicles and anti-social behaviour.
You can also get in touch with Hampshire Police via their website
You can report anti-social behaviour to Winchester Council’s Neighbourhood Services Team.
Local Policing Team for Winchester South:
- PCSO Rob Window - Mobile 07901 102459