Fly-tipping is the illegal dumping of waste and is a criminal offence.
Examples of fly-tipping include:
- dumping waste on land where there is no waste management licence, including public highways
- leaving rubbish or waste outside household waste recycling centres
- giving your waste to someone else to fly-tip
- allowing waste to be dumped on your own property
The Police and local authorities take action against any householder or business who illegally disposes of their waste, or who does not ensure that their waste is collected by a registered waste service firm.
You are legally responsible for any household waste produced on your property or where you live. This responsibility is called your “duty of care”.
You face an unlimited fine if your waste ends up fly-tipped and you cannot show that you took reasonable steps to prevent it.
Report fly-tipping to Test Valley Borough Council on 01264 368000
This is a message sent via Hampshire Alert. This information has been sent on behalf of Hampshire Constabulary. Message sent by James Todd (Police, PCSO, Test Valley District)
Over the weekend Hampshire Police have received a number of calls from residents in the Andover area reporting the theft of items, particularly mobile phones, that they had left within their vehicles whilst out for walks or other outdoor activities. Many of these calls came from residents in the rural areas surrounding Andover and Andover Police would like to pass on the relevant guidance to all car owners about keeping your belongings safe from thieves.
- When leaving your car, close all windows and lock your car.
- Upon locking your vehicle try your car door to ensure it is actually locked.
- Park your car in an attended car park where possible.
- When parking at home, use your garage. If you don’t have a garage, park in a well-lit area.
- Don’t leave anything on display in your vehicle.
- Take all your personal possessions with you.
- Remove sat nav holders and visible sat nav ring marks from windscreens.
- Leave the glove box open to show there’s nothing inside.
- Fit an alarm or immobiliser to your car.
- Record the details of your property on the Immobilise website. (www.immobilise.com)
- Do not store your car’s documents in the car.
Thank you for taking the time to read this advice, please pass it on to other friends and family members to help prevent them from becoming a victim of crime too.
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|Catherine Williams (Police, PCSO, Test Valley District)
Between 10:30 – 13:30 on Wednesday 18th October offenders have gained entry to a residential property on Andover Road, Monxton. Entry was forced whilst the occupant was out of the property and various items stolen.
If you had anyone knock on your door during the day which you felt was out of the ordinary or saw anything suspicious in the area please contact Police on 101 ref: 44170405124
Reggie is a grey tabby cat belonging to Maggie Nicholls at Well Cottage.
He prowls Monxton sporting a distinctive orange high-vis vest. He covers quite a bit of territory so most of you will probably have seen him.
He did not come home last night, which is not like him, and Maggie thinks he may have been shut in someone’s shed or outhouse.
If you have any information please call Maggie on 07957618144
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Message sent by Catherine Williams (Police, PCSO, Test Valley District)
At approx 16.40 on 26/07/17 two vehicles were travelling on the Hundred Acre Roundabout in Andover. One vehicle, a deep red Ford C-Max, appeared to be in the wrong lane and aggressively tried to correct themselves and nearly collided with a red Mercedes. Concerningly to the driver of the Mercedes, it appeared as though the other driver has then attempted to follow them to their home address.
Did you see this incident occur? If you can assist Police, please call 101 ref: 44170287795
Please remember to take care when driving on the roads, stay alert and plan your journey.
Overnight 25th – 26th June an office building located on Grateley Drove, Amport was entered by offenders. Along with electrical items and tools, keys were also stolen that allowed offenders to steal a Range Rover.
A 4×4 was located burnt out nearby in Quarley at approximately midnight.
If you saw anything relating to the non-dwelling burglary or subsequent car fire please contact Police on 101 ref: 44170242891