Safety tips at Waterlooville ‘pop-up’ advice centre

Waterlooville based  PC Matt James with Phoebe Holder (7) her mum Alison Holder (41) and Waterlooville Fire Watch Commander Craig Sadler ''Picture: Malcolm Wells (133499-3814)
Waterlooville based PC Matt James with Phoebe Holder (7) her mum Alison Holder (41) and Waterlooville Fire Watch Commander Craig Sadler ''Picture: Malcolm Wells (133499-3814)

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POLICE officers hosted a one-day shop where more than 200 people sought advice from a range of public services.

The Waterlooville Safer Neighbourhoods Team invited Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service, Havant Borough Council, Motiv8, Southern Domestic Abuse Service, Community Speed Watch and Community First to the event in an empty shop in Waterlooville town centre last week.

PC Matt James said: ‘It is a great opportunity to engage with the public and educate them on how not to be a victim of crime this Christmas.

‘We are delighted to have registered over 50 people on the immobilise database.’

The database is used by police to register stolen goods. Go to immobilise.com.