Farnborough West Policing Neighbourhood

The Farnborough West neighbourhood in the Hampshire Constabulary area covers the land indicated on the map to the right. For non-urgent queries, contact 101. For emergency assistance, please contact 999.

Contact Address Farnborough West
Wellington Avenue
GU11 1NZ
Telephone: 101
Force Website: https://www.hampshire.police.uk/

About Farnborough West

The neighbourhood team have provided the following description of their work:

Farnborough West is one of six policing neighbourhoods in Rushmoor and covers the current ward areas of:

Cove and Southwood an area bounded by the railway in the north, Elles Road in the south and Marrowbrook Lane in the east,

St John''s an area bounded by the railway in the south, the M3 motorway in the north, with Minley Road running through the centre.

West Heath covering the area to the north of the railway line and to the west of Prospect Road, extending as far north as the M3 motorway.

Farnborough West is mainly residential with a couple of local shopping areas in Cove Road, Medway Drive, Whetstone Road and Giffard Drive. The businesses in Farnborough West are mainly based in the south of the neighbourhood on the Southwood Business Park.

Being a highly populated residential area, Farnborough West contains ten schools, including Cove Secondary, Cove Junior, Cove Infants, Southwood Infants, Tower Hill, Parsonage Farm, Manor Junior, Manor Infants, St. Bernadette’s Infants / Juniors and Samuel Cody Specialist College.

Farnborough West boasts a very high membership to Neighbourhood Watch with over 145 schemes and in excess of 3300 households being members.

As Farnborough West covers 3 wards, we currently work alongside 9 Local Councillors.

The Local Councillors for Cove & Southwood are: Steve Masterson, Martin Tennant and Sue Carter.
The Local Councillors for St. John’s are: Barbara Hurst, Jacqui Vosper and Peter Moyle.
The Local Councillors for West Heath are: Dave Bell, Rod Cooper, and Mark Staplehurst.

It is our intention for our communities to know their Neighbourhood Policing Team and for us to know our communities, making ourselves accessible to our local community, helping to identify local priorities and working with residents and partner organisations such as the local authority to find solutions to local crime and disorder problems.

Your Neighbourhood Policing Team is made up of police officers, special constables, police community support officers and volunteers. The Team work together with the community and other partners to tackle local problems and improve the quality of life in your neighbourhood. If you’d like to meet your Neighbourhood Policing Team, come along to one of monthly surgeries.


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