Usually at the Community Day, local residents are able to meet the organisations that help to keep them safe but due to the social distancing measures this will not be possible for the time being. The event also offers the opportunity for organisations to raise awareness about key issues relating to crime and anti-social behaviour.
Due to the pandemic and resulting measures implemented by the UK Government, the annual Safer Gosport Community Day did not take place on April 25th 2020. Many of the partner agencies that usually take part in the event continue to provide essential services to our communities.
You can find out about the work of some of these agencies on the Safer Gosport Community Day page, including any changes to current service provision where relevant. Please note, this is not an extensive list of organisations relating to community safety, these are a representation of those who have participated in the event historically.
Emergency Services: South Central Ambulance Service, Hampshire Constabulary, Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service, Hillhead Coastguard Rescue Team, GAFIRS, SERV Wessex, Hampshire & Isle of Wight Air Ambulance, Hampshire Police & Crime Commissioner.
Hate Crime: Crimestoppers, Stop Domestic Abuse.
Vulnerable people including victims of crime, older people & young people: Victim Care Service, Citizens advice Bureau, Motiv8, Y Services, Fearless, Hampshire & Isle of Wight Youth Commission, Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service.