Southbourne, Pokesdown & Littledown
Southbourne, Pokesdown and Littledown form the Policing area between Boscombe and Christchurch. They are relaxed multi-cultural residential areas, but still retain a bustling locality for tourists with some unique and individual shops and high street chains. The primary attraction is the areas sandy Blue Flag beaches, which provides a quieter retreat from the more crowded beach along the coast at Bournemouth.
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Paul Mckenna PC 1799
Jayne Wilson PCSO 6721
Mark Phillpotts PC 2554
Annette Long PCSO 6754
Aaron Day PC 1892
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