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Buckinghamshire Community Safety Newsletter July 2020

Friday, August 7th, 2020

The Buckinghamshire Community Safety Newsletter keeps residents informed about the activities of the Community Safety Partnership across the county.

Open the Community Safety Newsletter below to read more about:

  • Safe Place Scheme: giving vulnerable people a short term safe place to go to if they are feeling confused, scared or upset when out and about in their local area..
  • Summer Drinking: advice if you feel your consumption has risen since lockdown, including a pointer to great advice and support available on the NHS One You website.
  • Cold Calling Doorstep Selling Scams: free window stickers and advice on avoiding doorstep selling scams.
  • Home Security: advice to reduce your chances of becoming a victim of burglary.
  • Safety In Neighbours: campaign recently launched by the Neighbourhood Watch network.
  • Water Safety: advice to avoid temptation to take a dip in rivers, lakes or canals during the warm, summer months.
  • Coronavirus Information: advice including how to book and take a test.

Bucks Community Safety News - July 2020 Edition

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