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This page contains news items relating to messages and notices sent out by Thames Valley Police. Some of these are neighbourhood alerts. If you need help in how to use this page please follow this link: Help Please.

Trick or Treat?

There are no tricks when our Community Safety Team officers knock on your door this October. They're on patrol with Thames Valley Police, visiting residents to give advice about keeping safe and well this autumn and handing out helpful goodies. Some of the...

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Older Drivers Forum

Need advice on driving safely, for longer? The Older Drivers Forum will be holding a free event in Wendover on Thursday 4th of October at Wyevale Garden Centre (World's End), Aylesbury Road, Wendover, HP22 6BD Drop in with friends and family, antime between 9:30am and...

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Clocks Go Back – Home Security

BRIGHT IDEAS TO KEEP YOUR HOME SAFE IN THE DARK EVENINGS This time of year when the clocks have gone back homes are in darkness early in the afternoon – a gift for opportunist burglars. Protect your home against opportunist burglars by remembering to protect your home...

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Community Safety News

Community Safety Newsletter July 2018 From Marion Davis, Police Admin, CDC The following is a newsletter on another website. You can either view it below, or go directly to the site which you can locate here. http://www.chiltern.gov.uk/community-safety-news (link...

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Community Safety and Security

The Community Safety Officer for Chiltern and South Bucks District Council sends us notices from time to time with guidance on how to stay safe and protect your belongings. These messages often come out depending on crime patterns or times of the year...

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Cutting the Cake

Wedding Congratulations Over a hundred guests, including many of their police colleagues, joined Nicky Hinkley and Chris Ging at their wedding on 8 June at the Kings Chapel in Old Amersham.  They exchanged their marriage vows and rings at a wonderful...

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Launch Of New Victims First Service

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley has today launched “Victims First” as a new service for victims in the Thames Valley who are struggling to cope with the impact of a crime . Victims First is available across...

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Cyber Crime Computer Software Service Fraud

Message Sent By Action Fraud (Action Fraud, Administrator, National) There is concern that victims of previous Computer Software Service Fraud (CSSF) are being re-targeted for “owed money”. The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) reports...

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Vandalism at Sheepwash Pond

Sheepwash Pond is located on Honor End Lane (Open link on google maps, opens in a new browser window, close to return to here). Prestwood resident Simon writes: I had heard that some damage had been done to the “jetty” at Sheepwash Pond, so on Saturday after a walk we...

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Police Priorities – have your say.

The joint Community Safety Team and Thames Valley Police are hosting a Chiltern District Virtual Community Forum on Tuesday 26th June, 7-9pm. The public can log on via the link on the poster and ask questions/raise any concerns relating to policing...

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Update from Missendens Policing Team

You said: youths were meeting up in Prestwood causing ASB and arranging fights. We did: (Prestwood) increased the numbers of officers in Prestwood. As a team we visited the local schools identifying the main perpetrators some of which were...

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Community Forum Priorities

Message from Paul Cossey (Neighbourhood Police Sergeant - Amersham, Missenden and Chalfonts) The following priorities were agreed during last night’s Community Forum held at Chiltern District Council: 1)      Drug Dealing & Misuse: led by...

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Have your say – twice.

Two local bodies are asking for your view on two important aspects of Community life to help them make decisions that suit you.  To influence the decisions that are made, please read on. The Chiltern Community Safety forum is a way for the community to tell the Police...

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