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24-Hour Security at Swanwick Marina

 Swanwick Security

At Swanwick Marina Premier staff actively monitor the marina 24 hours a day to ensure that your boat is both safely berthed and secure. Complementing regular site wide patrols by berthing staff, CCTV security cameras cover berths, car parks, bridgeheads and the shore side of the marina. CCTV footage is viewed both at the marina reception and remotely at Premier’s central security hub at Port Solent. Swanwick Marina's pontoon bridgeheads and luxury facilities are protected by key fob access.

Hampshire Police and Project Kraken

Premier Marinas supports Project Kraken at Swanwick Marina. Project Kraken is a national initiative to get more people reporting incidents which seem out of place at ports and marinas. In Hampshire, as part of Project Karaken the Police Marine Unit's work involves many elements from patrolling important commercial and naval sites to maintaining close links with the marine community to obtain information and intelligence regarding any suspicious activity taking place. In this context the Marine Unit routinely visits Swanwick Marinas and meets with the local maritime community to give talks and presentations to raise public awareness on issues surrounding crime and national security.

The unit monitors all marine occurrences reported to the constabulary and, where appropriate, uses Project Kraken bulletins and the stolenboats website to circulate marine property and crime trends to the marine community.
In addition to these responsibilities, the unit is involved in a large amount of collaborative work with partner agencies on the water, including the UK Border Agency (formerly Immigration and Customs departments), the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, the Fisheries Agency, harbourmasters, port authorities and the naval military police to name but a few.

Many of these bodies operate in areas of civil enforcement and the Marine Unit is often required to assist and, in some cases, intervene when matters become criminal. If you have witnessed anything that makes you suspicious while you are on the Solent waters, Hampshire Police want to hear about it. Hampshire police officers are always available to talk about anything suspicious or unusual you have seen, call the local police on 101, or report anonymously at Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 quoting 'Kraken', or if you would like to find out more about the project please click here Project Kraken.