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Contacting Hampshire Constabulary During the Covid-19 Pandemic

By Hamble Parish Council Hamble Parish Council

Thursday, 26 March 2020

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Message Sent By: Christopher Gregory (Police, Corporate Communications Officer, Hampshire)

We are working hard to keep our communities safe in these challenging times.

Our priority is the safety and welfare of our communities, and we will play our part in reducing the spread of infection and keeping our NHS functioning.

Members of the public should continue to call 999 in an emergency where a crime is in progress or there is a threat to life.

If your call is not urgent and can be reported through our website, we ask you to do so. The link is here: https://www.hampshire.police.uk/

If you do need to call us, we will ask you some additional questions about your health to assess how we can best respond.

This may mean that we ask you to report online or that we deal with your matter over the phone in situations where we may have previously sent an officer to see you.

This is to help us keep you and our officers and staff safe and limit the spread of infection.

Our teams remain out and about to speak to people as safely as possible, and we will continue to update you on social media.

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Hamble Parish Council

  • 023 8045 3422

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Hamble Village Memorial Hall, 2 High Street, Hamble-Le-Rice, Southampton, Hampshire, SO31 4JE

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