Crime for PO30 5GR

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Street-level crime and anti-social behaviour in from the Home Office.

To protect privacy, crimes are mapped to points on or near the road where they occurred.

Street name Crime type

Police station and neighbourhood policing team

Neighbourhood police station

Newport
Newport
High Street, Newport
PO30 1SZ

Opening Hours:
Mon: 0900 - 1400 & 1500 - 1800
Tue: 0900 - 1400 & 1500 - 1800
Wed: 0900 - 1400 & 1500 - 1800
Thu: 0900 - 1400 & 1500 - 1800
Fri: 0900 - 1400 & 1500 - 1800
Sat: 0900 - 1400 & 1500 - 1800
Sun: 0930 - 1400 & 1500 - 1800

  • Telephone: 101
  • Email: newport.snt@hampshire.pnn.police.uk

Carisbrooke East & West neighbourhood policing team

Sgt Darin YOUNG

PS Darin YOUNG is part of the Newport Safer Neighbourhoods Team based at Newport Police Station. He is responsible for policing the in Carisbrooke, Pan and Fairlee areas. His main objective is to reduce the criminal and anti social behaviour of people who live in or visit the town especially those people who repeatedly offend. He also aims to reduce problems relating to specific locations and addresses that cause ongoing disturbance to the neighbourhood.

PC Matthew ROWLANDS

PC Rowlands is reponsible for the Carisbrooke area of Newport. He works alongside PC Aaron Robertson and is supported by PCSO Jo Vincent-White and PCSO Sally-Anne Harris.
He is based at Newport Police Station.

PC Arran ROBERTSON

I am PC Arran Robertson, I have recently joined the Carisbrooke an Shide Safer Neighbourhoods Team from a TPT role. I am working along side PC Rowland's, PCSO Vincent-White and PCSO Harris.

PCSO Jo VINCENT-WHITE

PCSO Vincent-White patrols the Carisbrooke neighbourhood of Newport. She is responsible for police and community issues that matter to the residents. This includes the behaviour and welfare of children, engaging with community groups, protecting the vulnerable and elderly and ensuring that the streets and parks are safe places, free from risk or fear of crime. She is based from Newport Police Station.

PCSO Sally-Anne HARRIS

PCSO Harris patrols the Shide and Carisbrooke neighbourhoods of Newport. She is responsible for police and community issues that matter to the residents. This includes the behaviour and welfare of children, engaging with community groups, protecting the vulnerable and elderly and ensuring that the streets and parks are safe places, free from risk or fear of crime.

About this neighbourhood

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Carisbrooke is a village on the south western outskirts of Newport, Isle of Wight. It is best known for the site of Carisbrooke Castle. It also has medieval St. Mary''s Church, Carisbrooke. This is said to be the island''s finest church. St. Mary''s Church, (overlooking Carisbrooke High Street with views to the castle), began life as part of a Benedictine priory, established by French monks about 1150. The priory was dissolved by King Henry V of England in 1415 during the French Wars. Neglect over the centuries took its toll, but in 1907 the church was restored to its full glory. Its most striking feature is the 14th century tower, rising in five stages with a turret at one corner and a battlemented and pinnacled crown. There is also a Roman Villa which was discovered in the Victorian era.
The village also has four schools, three of which are along Wellington Road.

The force responsible for policing and crime prevention in this area is Hampshire Constabulary.

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Upcoming events

  • Public Neighbourhood Meeting

    When: 3rd December 2014, 2.00pm

    Where: Nellie's, Gunville Road Church Hall, Newport, Isle Of Wight,

    Weekly attendance during the two hour meeting, by SNT Officers, to be available to the public and to engage with regular attendees.

  • Public Neighbourhood Meeting

    When: 17th December 2014, 2.00pm

    Where: Nellie's, Gunville Road Church Hall, Newport, Isle Of Wight,

    Weekly attendance during the two hour meeting, by SNT Officers, to be available to the public and to engage with regular attendees.

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