Our ‘News, Tips & Threat’ section offers information and advice on a number of issues. Follow the links below for further details and help.
Information & Advice
- Latest Scam Alert
- Local Burglaries & Vehicle Theft
- Fraud & Scams
- Doorstep Crime
- Be Safe Online
- Care for the Vulnerable
Let’s not waste police time through a moment’s carelessness.
Hampshire Cyber Watch
Hampshire Cyber Watch was launched on 1st October 2020. With the support of Hampshire Constabulary Cyber Crime Unit we now have a trained team of NW Cyber Champions across Hampshire to help combat Cyber Crime by:
- providing ‘one to one’ (online or phone) support to anyone who is concerned about communications they have received, or anyone who believes they may be a victim of cyber crime, as well as
- giving talks to groups to increase awareness of cyber scams and ways to help keep safe online.
This service is offered to anyone living in Hampshire (over the age of 13).
For more information or if you need assistance, please go to the Hampshire Cyber Watch website at www.hampshirecyberwatch.org.
For the latest government advice, please go to https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus?gclid=CjwKCAjwq_D7BRADEiwAVMDdHl9Es7qTkrVe3l0-BCFi950v17T3UmR8O2saSqS5A3W_T5qK85sKDRoC440QAvD_BwE.
The Older Driver’s Awareness Events across Hampshire for 2020 have unfortunately been cancelled this year due to the Covid-19 restrictions, but will hopefully take place again next year.
Unfortunately, more and more vehicle incidents across Britain involve older drivers. Four safety bulletins (below) have been produced to help older drivers to keep safe on our road and there is some particularly useful advice for getting back on the road after a while in isolation. Maybe you know someone who feels anxious about going out for a drive now? The topics covered are:
Part 1: Car Care During Lockdown here
Part 2: Maintaining Driving Skills During Lockdown here
Part 3: Getting Back on the Road here
Part4: Living Without a Car Post Lockdown here
Lots more useful information can be found on the website www.olderdriversforum.com.