Safer North Hampshire
In November 2012 the 3 teams covering Basingstoke, Hart and Rushmoor came together under the Safer North Hampshire banner,and now encompass more than 30 partnership agencies.
Safer North Hampshire seeks to facilitate a comprehensive response to community needs and wishes, whilst raising the understanding of community safety issues and improving the qualify of life for local people. For information on Community Safety issues visit www.safernh.co.uk
Safer North Hampshire was originally 3 separate Local Authority Community Safety Teams established as a result of Section 17 of the 1998 Crime and Disorder Act.
CCTV in Hart
Hart District Council have a number of CCTV cameras around the district, which are monitored at a state-of-the-art CCTV control centre, 365 days a year throughout the day and most of the night.
The system is operated by Rushmoor Borough Council on our behalf – for all enquiries, including footage requests please call Rushmoor Borough Council on 01252 398399
Our cameras help us to:
- Prevent and deter crime, disorder, and anti-social behaviour
- Reduce the fear of crime
- Increase public feelings of safety
- Provide evidence in criminal and civil court cases
- Direct resources (ours and the police) where they're needed most
- Help in civil emergencies
Rushmoor Borough Council and Hart District Council are carrying out a survey asking for views from residents and businesses about the CCTV service across both areas.
If you would like to give us your views please fill in the survey, or if you prefer, pick up a printed copy at either the Rushmoor Borough Council or Hart District Council civic offices. The survey closes on Thursday 29 March.
Domestic abuse affects the lives of thousands of people every year and can take the form of physical, emotional, psychological, sexual and / or financial abuse. One in four women and one in six men will suffer from domestic abuse during their lifetime and if this is something affecting you, you are not alone and help is available.
In an emergency, you should always call 999.
To find out about the local sources of support, visit www.safernh.co.uk/domestic-abuse
- Safer North Hampshire Domestic Abuse leaflet
- Nepali Domestic and sexual advice booklet (in Nepali and English)
- North East Hampshire Domestic Abuse Forum
The North East Hampshire Domestic Abuse Forum aims to bring together representatives from the many local agencies who work with those affected by domestic violence and abuse in Hart and Rushmoor. The forum meets bi-monthly to share good practice, increase awareness of domestic violence and identify gaps in services.
For information, please contact Karen Evans on 01252 774256 or email firstname.lastname@example.org