The force has been planning ahead to ensure resources are dedicated to the right areas over the Christmas period to keep people safe and reduce crime.
Local operations are taking place across the force area to help prevent such offences, protect victims and keep communities safe.
Simon Hayes, Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire said: “For the majority, Christmas and New Year is a time to celebrate and enjoy time with family, friends and colleagues. But for others, it’s a time to commit crime."
Unlicensed music events, or illegal raves, have halved in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight since the police launched their operation in May this year.
During 2013, a total of 12 reported raves have taken place across the two counties, compared with 22 in 2012.
Operation Enigma, launched by Hampshire Constabulary, is a new way of dealing with unlicensed music events.
They have made sure that the gatherings do not happen in the first place, by visiting landowners and giving them advice on securing their properties.
Posting warning letters to the owners of vehicles going to rave sites has also helped prevent the events from happening.
Operation Enigma has also responded quickly to shutting the raves down, with police swiftly closing nine this year.
Hampshire Police say they will target drivers on the Isle of Wight after five people died in separate incidents on the Island's roads between July and August.
So far this year there has been 102 fewer people killed or seriously injured in Hampshire and Dorset as a result of car accidents.
One of those killed was 10-year-old Evey Staley after an incident on the Cowes Road near Newport.
Police are cracking down on bad driving behaviour in Hampshire and on the Isle of Wight after a rise in fatal or serious collisions.
Officers will target drink drivers, those using mobile phones behind the wheel or breaking the speed limits.