Waterlooville residents voice concerns to local police

PCSO Jemma Burbury with Inspector David Humphries cutting the ribbon Picture:PC Matt James
PCSO Jemma Burbury with Inspector David Humphries cutting the ribbon Picture:PC Matt James

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More than 800 people took the chance to look around Waterlooville police station as part of the Your Voice Counts project.

Residents had the opportunity to talk to police and put forward their concerns at the Swiss Road base.

Jemma Burbury, 26, Police Community Support Officer and event organiser, said: ‘I would like to thank all of the members of the public who helped make the day a huge success.

‘We can now look at setting our three new priorities for the coming months in time for the next event at Christmas.’

Every three months, officers set three priorities to focus on to improve the local area, all of which are recommended by the residents themselves.

If those priorities are resolved, then three more targets are set.

Children enjoyed face painting, cake decorating and making their own fingerprint keyring.

If you would like to put forward your concerns for the Waterlooville area, email waterlooville.police@hampshire.pnn.police.uk.