A hard hitting - drink driving campaign - has been launched - across the region - in a bid to reduce road accidents in the run up to Christmas. Last year 10 people were killed - and More than a hundred - were seriously injured.
Our reporter - Kate Bunkall has been out on patrol in the Thames Valley - on the first day of the new campaign.
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Hampshire Police have reissued an appeal for help to find a vulnerable missing man from Gosport.
Thirty-four year old David Whittaker was reported missing on Thursday 29th October. He is known to have connections in Sussex, Surrey, London, Kent and Cornwall.
“We are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of Mr Whittaker. He has been missing for a considerable amount of time now and we really need help from the public to help find him.
"If you see him, or you think you know where he is, please call us immediately. David, if you are reading this, please get in touch with us and let us know you are safe.”
Officers say that Mr Whittaker is likely to be in a vulnerable condition that can make his behaviour unpredictable.
Anyone with information about his whereabouts can contact the police via telephone on 101. In an emergency dial 999.
Three new Police Community Support Officers have started work in Hampshire in the first initiative of its kind between a council and its local police force.
The project is a unique collaboration between law enforcement and a council. Hampshire District Council will pay for the positions for a period of three years. Richard Jones explains.
The body of a kayaker has been found on Yaverland Beach near Sandown.
Police were called at 7.20pm yesterday after the man, believed to be in his mid-30s, was found still in the kayak.
The death is currently being treated as unexplained. A post mortem examination will be carried out to determine cause of death.
A cleaner from Hampshire has been jailed for 12 months for stealing more than £8,000 from an 81-year-old man she has been working for.
Jennifer Paulley, aged 52, from Hursley went on a ten-day spending spree with money the pensioner had been saving to pay for his funeral. Paulley was sentenced at Southampton Crown Court.
A 50-year-old motorcyclist died when she collided with a car in Fareham today.
The crash happened at the traffic lights on The Avenue at the junction with Catisfield Road, opposite the Oast & Squire pub.
Police have closed the eastbound carriageway of The Avenue and expect it to remain closed for a while to come.
The female driver of the car, a blue Fiat Doblo, was not seriously hurt.
Police are keen to hear from anyone with information.
Police have revealed the name of a man who died after a collision on the A303 at Popham near Micheldever last month. He was 27-year-old Lee Jones who was originally from Northamptonshire, but had recently been living in Basingstoke.
Hampshire Police believe Lee was stuck by a number of vehicles while walking along the road at about 12.30am on Saturday 23rd May. The investigation is ongoing.
Lee's family paid a tribute to him:
“Lee was a much loved son and brother who will be truly missed.”
Anyone with information about what happened is asked to contact Sergeant Snuggs at Eastleigh police station on 101 quoting Operation Bucklesham.
A woman's body has been discovered on the beach at Lee-on-the-Solent near Fareham in Hampshire. Part of the beach has been cordoned off for police to carry out an investigation.
Hampshire Constabulary were called at 10.39am this morning. Detectives said the discovery is not being treated as suspicious.
Officers said that enquiries are underway to find out who the woman is, and to contact her next-of-kin.