Law and Order
The Winchester Rural North Safer Neighbourhoods Team is responsible for policing our community.
The Worthys are covered by PC Jon Worsdell and PCSO Kerry Croutear.
The Winchester Rural North SNT have regular monthly Beat Surgeries in both Headbourne Worthy and Kings Worthy.
These surgeries are an opportunity for local residents to come and meet their local Police Officer and PCSO to discuss any problems or concerns they have.
More information is available on the Hampshire Constabulary website.
Call us on 101. Enquiry office open 24 hours.
Or email us
In an emergency always call 999
If you have information about local crime or criminals and wish to remain anonymous, you can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or report online on the Crimestoppers website
A few links to useful crimebusting pages
Advice on protecting your home
Tag and protect your property - Immobilise
Advice on protecting your vehicle
Advice on phone or mail scams
Neighbourhood Watch plays an important part in making a community like the Worthy's safer.
Working together with the police it increases public awareness of the need for security, reduces the fear of crime and brings a community closer together enhancing the quality of life of all residents.
There are usually vacancies for street co-ordinators within both areas, so if you are interested please contact either of the Co-ordinator who will be happy to let you know what is involved. Or can advise you on how to join one of the schemes in your locality.
HW Contact: Margaret Filley
Phone (01962) 882419
HW Youth Watch is a new group set up by Margaret for the children of Headbourne Worthy, meeting monthly for fun neighbourhood activities.
Please contact Margaret if your children would like to come along.
KW Contact: Tony Stephens
New Coordinators are needed in the Fraser Rd area in Kings Worthy, contact Tony Stephens for more information
See below for more information if you're interested in setting up a neighbourhood watch scheme.