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Safe Urban Filtering
Advisory short film. Police Motorcyclist Trainer, PC Roger Peskett, has a Go-Pro camera fitted to his helmet and commentates his route in an urban environment to identify hazards and give advice on filtering. #WithCaptions
Views: 41109 Hampshire Constabulary
Safe Urban Riding
Police Motorcyclist Trainer, PC Roger Peskett has a Go-Pro camera fitter to his helmet and commentates on his ride through an urban environment identifying hazards and giving advice. #WithCaptions
Views: 10839 Hampshire Constabulary
Romance fraud - a victim's story
A Hampshire Constabulary produced film sharing the experiences of an online dating & romance fraud victim. #datesafe this Valentine's Day. For more information, visit our website: http://www.hampshire.police.uk/internet/news-and-appeals/2017/february/130217-Online-dating-romance-fraud-Valentine
Views: 18883 Hampshire Constabulary
Fatal 4 - Excessive speed
Please watch & share David’s story. David served a prison sentence for Death by Dangerous Driving and talks about the consequences of speeding hoping to make other drivers think how easily it could happen to them and to encourage motorists to slow down #ItsNotWorthTheRisk Please consider the consequences of causing an accident due to driving at excessive speed. If you cause an accident you will have to live with the emotional consequences of deaths or injuries caused to others. #SlowDown #ItsNotWorthTheRisk
Fatal 4: Karen's Story Drink/Drug Driving
A grieving mother speaks of her heartache after a family friend, who was twice over the drink drive limit, crashed his car killing her teenage daughter.
An insight into Hampshire Constabulary CID
An insight into the reasons why the highly trained men and women of Hampshire Constabulary CID dedicate their lives to serving the public they protect. Ordinary people... exceptional work.
Operation Columbian #BehindTheBadge
Matthew Hamlen has been sentenced to a minimum of 30 years in prison for the murder of Georgina Edmonds. Find out about how we put Hamlen behind bars by watching our #BehindtheBadge documentary.
Megan's Story - Advice for Parents
This morning, in support of #SaferInternetDay, we released a short film aimed at young people telling Megan’s story, highlighting the risks young people face when asked to send nudes online. Megan wanted to get the message to parents or guardians of young people too so we made another version with advice from Megan to parents and guardians. Please do watch this and share the film below. For more advice on how to talk about this with young people please visit the parents section on www.safe4me.co.uk/parents/ #ItHappenedToMe
Joining Hands Today - Hampshire Constabulary
On 4th February 2015, Hampshire Constabulary took part in SignHealth's Sign2Sing 2015 Record Attempt. We were joined by members of the Constabulary, local Deaf people, Steve Powell (SignHealth CEO), John Maidens (Interpreter Now) and our special guest, [email protected] Special thanks to all who sponsored us. #bridgingthegap #DeafAccess #WITHCAPTIONS
Fatal 4
Christmas Drink Drive - BSL
Hampshire Constabulary British Sign Language Video Project. Hampshire Police Volunteer, Catherine Farmbrough asks Sergeant Glen Barham about Hampshire's Christmas Drink Drive Campaign. 2012.
Lesbian and Gay Liaison Officers - supporting victims of homophobic, biphobic and transphobic crimes
There are more than 100 Lesbian and Gay Liaison Officers (LAGLOs) in police stations and offices across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, including in our force enquiry and 999 call handling centres. It's their job to support lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender victims of crime. If you've been assaulted, threatened or intimidated because of who you're attracted to or who you are, you can call us on 101, or 999 in an emergency, and ask to speak to a LAGLO. We don't tolerate homophobic and transphobic hate crimes, and neither should you. http://www.hampshire.police.uk/Internet/advice/lgbtpolicing.htm A subtitled version of this film is available at the following link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9iKHX2a_QU
Fatal Four: Mobile Phones
Ion Calin and his friend and work colleague, Marian Olteanu were killed instantly when a lorry ploughed into their stationary car on the M271 in December 2015. The lorry driver was distracted, using his mobile phone. Their families’ lives have been devastated by the impact of this lorry driver’s irresponsible and dangerous act. They have bravely shared their story to help raise awareness of the lethal consequence of driving whilst using a mobile phone, with the plea for those that continue to text, surf the web, use apps and more, behind the wheel to stop.
Behind the Badge CAIT
"Children have the right to a decent childhood. They are some of the most vulnerable people in our community." Our officers in the Child Abuse Investigation Team (CAIT) are passionate about bringing justice to some of the most vulnerable victims in our communities, children. This film illustrates a day in the life of a CAIT officer and the work they do to protect children and young people. It is not based on an actual investigation.
Close Pass - Cycling cut up by a car
Read the road ahead and be prepared to hold back until safe to pass.
Views: 12601 Hampshire Constabulary
Behind the Badge Dog Unit
#BehindTheBadge Ever wondered what happens when a dog handler’s shift ends? Who looks after the dogs? Where do they live? In a new series of films, we are going to take you ‘behind the badge’ and showcase some of the amazing work our officers and staff do every single day. Here, in the first these films, PC Jim Hyman explains that there is much more to being a dog handler than you think. We’ll let PC Hyman and his four-legged crewmates Nika and Yuri tell you more. If you have any ideas about what you’d like to see featured in future films, please comment below and let us know.
A Simple Message
Watch the video ... British Sign Language with Subtitles
Emergency training EXERCISE at the International Port in Portsmouth
On Tuesday (Nov 10) we took part in an emergency training exercise at the International Port in Portsmouth. As well as testing our response to more complex incidents, such exercises provide a valuable opportunity to train with our partners in the other emergency services and develop our knowledge and protocols. We also gain enormous benefits from working with outside agencies such as Brittany Ferries and Whitaker Tankers. Given the importance of the International Port to Portsmouth, this exercise provided a unique opportunity to test our joined up response to an incident.
Don't Drink & Drive - BSL
Sergeant Glen Barham visited a Drink Drive operation in Southampton. British Sign Language video.
Sgt Gabe Snuggs - Deaf Awareness Week 2016
It's Deaf Awareness Week and we want you to know that Deaf Access is important to Hampshire Constabulary. Sergeant Gabe Snuggs explains in British Sign Language #WithCaptions #DAW2016
Policing Through The Ages 2015
A quick overview of the Policing Through The Ages even which was held at Gunwharf Quays in Portsmouth on October 3, 2015.
Behind the Badge Joint Services Exercise
#BehindTheBadge Ever wondered what happens at one of our training exercises? Well we took a sneak peek… In our second Behind the Badge feature, we have gone behind the scenes to see how our officers work with our blue light colleagues to prepare for serious incidents. It is very important for us to regularly train with Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service and South Central Ambulance Service because it means we are ready when you need us. This film shows us responding to a firearms incident at a hotel. We join in at the point where firearms officers have made the building safe for paramedics and firefighters to go in and treat the injured.
Video Relay interpreting - BSL Video
What do you think of Video Relay Interpreting? We've been involved in relay services before and we are looking at Video Relay Service again. #WithCaptions
Escaped prisoner jailed after trying to drive the wrong way down M3 motorway in Hampshire
An escaped prisoner who tried to evade Hampshire officers by attempting to drive down the wrong way of a busy motorway has been jailed. Darryl Dempsey, 22, from Eastbourne, pleaded guilty to dangerous driving at Southampton Crown Court. He also pleaded guilty to escaping from lawful custody, driving whilst disqualified and criminal damage. The court was told that Dempsey had been wanted by police after absconding from Ford prison in West Sussex on July 3. Dempsey was sentenced to a total of two years in prison, which will run consecutively to the current prison sentence already being served. For more information visit https://www.hampshire.police.uk/news/general/video-escaped-prisoner-jailed-after-trying-drive-wrong-way-down-m3/
Are you seeing the signs of Child Sexual Exploitation?
Are you seeing the signs of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE)? Please share and watch our short film of a reconstructed real-life CSE incident, which happened in Portsmouth. If you see something, say something. #CSEHelpMe Call 101, or if a crime is in progress, call 999. http://www.hampshire.police.uk/internet/news-and-appeals/2016/september/280916-cse-seminar-portsmouth
Police Volunteer - BSL
Introducing our new Hampshire Constabulary Police Volunteer, Catherine Farmbrough. Sgt Glen Barham, Police Link Officer for Deaf people meets Catherine - British Sign Language.
Sign2Sing 2016
Police, Deaf people and friends came together to take part in Sign2Sing to support SignHealth in their work for Deaf children.
Aldershot baby death information appeal
We’re relaunching our appeal for information relating to the murder of a new born baby girl in Manor Park, Aldershot in May 2017. Officers are starting a fresh round of house to house enquiries near to the scene as part of our continued investigation by the Major Crime team. We are also in a position to release further detail relating to the ancestry of the baby and her parents, also how she died. There is also a piece of CCTV footage of two people we are very keen to identify who are seen in the area at the relevant time which is included in the film below. If you can help please contact the investigation team on 101 quoting Operation Metre. Alternatively please call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. Senior Investigating officer Detective Chief Constable Dave Storey explains where we are with the investigation
British Sign Language - 13th Anniversary
On 18th March 2003, the British Government recognised British Sign Language as an indigenous language in the UK. 13 years on we recognise the importance of accessible services with our Police Link Officers for Deaf people. Sgt Glen Barham, Police Link Officer for Deaf people. ‪#‎SignLanguageWeek‬.
Maisies Story - What do you think' - talking about the use of cycle helmets
What do you think' - talking about the use of cycle helmets.
Op Holly drink/drug driving awareness campaign
A month-long campaign began on December 1 to target drivers who cause destruction and distress to others by driving under the influence of either drink or drugs, as part of Operation Holly. We and our colleagues from Thames Valley Police are working together as part of our Joint Operations Unit (JOU) to deter and detect behaviour behind the wheel that puts lives in danger on our roads. We can now test on the roadside for certain drugs and only a trace amount of an illegal drug is a person’s system could lose their licence like drink driving. We don’t have to prove you are impaired. We’d like to encourage the public to report drink or drug drivers by call 999 if the person is an immediate risk there and then, otherwise call 101 with details of the last seen location of the vehicle, make and colour and registration if known. Alternatively you can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously by calling 0800 555 111 or text 80999. Sgt Rob Heard explains more in the short film below.
PLOD clip in British Sign Language
This is a short clip from Sergeant Glen Barham, who founded the Police Link Officers for Deaf People scheme (PLOD) for Hampshire Constabulary.
Police Apprentice Awards behind-the-scenes
A film by Hampshire Constabulary showing the final of our Police Apprentice sexting prevention campaign competition in November 2016.
British Virgin Islands Deployment
Today we’re celebrating the work of a team of our officers who were deployed to help those whose lives were devastated by Hurricane Irma earlier this year.
What should our website 'Deaf Access' button look like?
Sergeant Glen Barham asks what the new Deaf Access button should look like on the Hampshire Police website to link to Deaf Access information. Check out the video and comment on the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/HampshirePolicePLOD
Police Link Officers for Deaf people
Hampshire PLOD response to terrorist incident in London on 22/03/2017.
Close Pass - Cycling past a bus
Know the size of your vehicle and allow enough space when passing a cyclist.
Sextortion online blackmail prevent & protect video
A Hampshire Constabulary produced video to highlight the nature of sextortion as a form of online blackmail, and advice on how to report this cyber-enabled crime to police.
Firearms Surrender November 2017
Today (Monday, November 13) we are launching our Firearms Surrender. This is your chance to hand in any unwanted and unlicensed firearms or ammunition so that they can be disposed of safely. This is the only way that you can be sure that they won’t fall into the hands of criminals. Just one gun off our streets could save a life. Hand them in to any of our participating stations or call us on 101 to seek advice. Alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. For a list of which stations you can hand your firearms into and for more information about how this surrender will work visit our website. Watch this short clip to hear Chief Inspector Emma Baillie explain more about the two-week surrender.
Neighbourhood Watch's role in preventing doorstep crime
A Neighbourhood Watch co-ordinator in Southampton, Roger Furness, talks about working with Hampshire Constabulary to protect communities from rogue traders and distraction burglars. This video was produced as part of the force's work for the national Operation Rogue Trader week of action in April 2016 #roguetrader2016
PC HAINES - Police Link Officer for Deaf people
PC Helen Haines is one of Hampshire Constabulary's recent additions to Police Link Officers for Deaf people (PLOD). The Link Officers aim to promote, enable and deliver equality of access to the police for Deaf, deafblind, deafened and hard of hearing people. Here Helen introduces herself in the beautiful surroundings of the New Forest National Park.
Close Pass - Cyclist goes through a red light
All road users are required to follow the Highway Code.
Police Link Officers for Deaf people (PLOD) - Emergency - How to contact Hampshire Constabulary
Sergeant Glen Barham uses British Sign Language to explain more about our Police Link Officers for Deaf people work. The transcript of what Glen is signing is: Here we'll explain about contacting the police in an emergency but what is an emergency?  Well, an emergency is when something bad happens for example if someone attacks you or someone else is being attacked; or people are causing trouble and that is happening now; if crime is happening and the people responsible are still about.  Other emergencies may be when you need an ambulance urgently for someone who is ill or injured; or if there is a fire, or car crash with people trapped; or possibly if the road is blocked ... something like that.  Those awful things are all emergencies. There are various ways you can contact us in an Emergency.  You can use SMS, text messaging from your mobile phone to text to 999 but before you use that, you must be registered.  Getting registered is easy and you can register now.  You simply text the word REGISTER from your mobile phone to 999.  Wait for a response.  Read the response and if you agree to the information, send a reply text with the word YES to 999.  You will then receive a text message to confirm that you are registered.  Once registered, if you need to contact the emergency services in an emergency, you can text to 999.  There is more information on the website: www.emergencysms.org.uk and there are more BSL Video Clips on that website.  If you have a minicom phone, you can use the minicom to dial 18000 - that is the Text Relay Emergency Service. You can also fax us - Hampshire Police have a 24-hour fax number: 01962 874201. Finally, if you cannot text from a mobile phone, or contact through minicom or fax, ask another person to contact the Emergency Voice 999 service on your behalf. One last thing to mention - many people in Hampshire know that Hampshire Constabulary have a text service, 80999.  Well, 80999 is available at the moment but it is best to use the Emergency 999 text service because that is a national number that works right across the UK.  It is possible that in the future that the local 80999 number will end.  The best thing for you to do is to register now with the national Emergency 999 text service.  If you have any problems registering, please contact a Link Officer and we will be happy to help.  Thank you.
The origins of Operation Varney
As part of Operation Varney – Our response to anti-social behaviour around Newport’s bus station and Church Litten – we’re posting a video every hour until 5pm to show you some of the work we’ve been doing. This is an ongoing priority for Newport’s Neighbourhood Policing Team and our colleagues in the Isle of Wight Community Safety Partnership. You can find out more about Operation Varney by following @IOWightPolice on Twitter. In this video Mick Halliday, an accredited Community Safety Officer, from Isle of Wight Council talks about the how we developed Operation Varney following the issues that had been reported to us.
Motorway Safety
Sergeant Glen Barham explains about Motorway Safety - Deaf people can use the SOS telephones in an emergency and the Controller can switch to text. The motorway hard shoulder can be a dangerous place so it important to think of your safety. Be safe!
Older Drivers Forum BSL introduction
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Older Drivers' Forum - information in British Sign Language.
Police Link Officers for Deaf People - What is PLOD?
Sergeant Glen Barham uses British Sign Language to explain more about our Police Link Officers for Deaf people work. The transcript of what Glen is signing is: PLOD stands for Police Link Officers for Deaf people which was established first here in Hampshire back in 1999.  PLOD aims to promote equality of access to the Police for people who are Deaf, Deafblind, Deafened and hard of hearing.  The Link Officers can give information, advice and support.  Now a few other police forces have set up similar schemes which is a positive step and improves deaf access.  If you want to contact a Link Officer, information is on the website: www.hampshire.police.uk - search the word 'PLOD'.  Thank you.