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Alton Police Station Services Moving: New Contact Details

25 April 2017

From 2 May 2017, the Neighbourhood, Patrol and Response teams will be moving to Mill Lane in Alton, and the front counter services at Alton Police Station will move.

From that date, the nearest counter services will be available at:

Northern Police Investigation Centre (Basingstoke)
Jays Close


RG22 4BS

Opening times:

Monday to Saturday 8am-8pm

Sunday 9am-5pm

Bank Holidays 10am-6pm


Aldershot Police Station
Wellington Avenue


GU11 1NZ

Opening times:

Monday to Saturday 8am-8pm

Sunday 9am – 5pm (closed 2pm – 2.45pm on Sunday)

Bank Holidays – closed


Winchester City Neighbourhood Police Office
Operational Headquarters

Tower Street


SO23 8ZD

Opening times:

Monday to Saturday 8am-8pm

Sunday 9am – 5pm (closed 2pm – 2.45pm on Sunday)

Bank Holidays – closed

Hampshire Constabulary’s District Commander Clare Jenkins said:

“Although the police station is closing, we want to reassure our communities that we will still maintain our patrolling strategy and high visible presence within Alton and the surrounding areas.”


Contacting the police

Today, the vast majority of residents contacting the police do so via telephone, via online and other methods.  As a result, use of front counter services in Alton has declined considerably, as other contact methods are preferred by members of the community.

In an emergency, contact 999, or call 101 in other situations.  You can also email your local team via or visit to find out how else you can contact the police.

The Response and Neighbourhood teams will move to Hatch House, Alton. This will be a shared building with Hampshire County Council, continuing the drive to build on partnerships that use public money cost effectively.