Thames Valley Police Report

You said – we did

You said – youths were being anti-social on The Common in Prestwood and Holmer Green areas.
We did – we increased patrols in the Prestwood and identified and engaged with the youths involved. Parents of the culprits were visited at their homes and made aware their children’s had received “Yellow” cards reference their anti – social behaviour. Over the last few weeks there has been a significant reduction in calls to the police.

Due to recent vandalism the neighbourhood policing team increased patrols in Holmer Green and also engaged with local school and youth club to identify offenders.
You said you were concerned about domestic burglaries and rural crime in the area.
We did an analysis of previous crime data the neighbourhood policing team have increased high visibility patrols in vulnerable areas. The neighbourhood policing team have participated in crime prevention events offering advice to residents on how to protect their properties.
You said speeding is a problem in the local area.
We did “Community Speed Watch” operations on local roads working alongside volunteer residents. Between October and December these operations resulted in 137 advisory notices being issued. Further sessions are planned for 2018.

Future Events:
Come and meet us on:
Saturday 25th November 2017, 3pm – 8pm at the Great Missenden Christmas Fair.
Saturday 9th December 2017, 5:30pm at the Prestwood “Spirit of Christmas”.
The next Have Your Say events will be held on:
– Wednesday 20th December 2017 – 2pm – 3pm – Chequers Parade, Prestwood
– Wednesday 10th January 2018 – 2pm – 3pm – The Parade of Shops, Holmer Green
– Wednesday 21st February 2018 – 2pm – 3pm – The Library, Gt Missenden.



One thought on “Thames Valley Police Report”

  1. Good news on the additional coverage on the common, however I do not think that the anti-social behaviour has declined. I have also made several reports on the matter. The last one was made on the 7th of December. While I have tried to use 101, you are sometimes left in a queue for 10 minutes or more, so that is not a very useful method for reporting problems. Anyone else had problems reporting incidents on 101?

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