Buckinghamshire Community Safety Newsletter Spring 2021

Buckinghamshire Community Safety news including advice and information on vaccination scams, romance fraud, spring garden crime, rural crime, Safer Internet Day, domestic abuse, Travel Safe Bucks, National Child Exploitation Awareness Day, National Stalking Awareness Week, modern slavery and Street Associations.
Buckinghamshire Community Safety news including advice and information on vaccination scams, romance fraud, spring garden crime, rural crime, Safer Internet Day, domestic abuse, Travel Safe Bucks, National Child Exploitation Awareness Day, National Stalking Awareness Week, modern slavery and Street Associations.

Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) Survey

As part of a national survey, Thames Valley Police is looking for your feedback around the use of Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR).
As part of a national survey, Thames Valley Police is looking for your feedback around the use of Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR).

CESAR discounts to help protect from Rural Crime

The CESAR scheme seeks to deter theft and aid recovery of vehicles and equipment. Till end-2020 it is offering significant discounts to residents of the Thames Valley Police area
The CESAR scheme seeks to deter theft and aid recovery of vehicles and equipment. Till end-2020 it is offering significant discounts to residents of the Thames Valley Police area

Buckinghamshire Community Safety Newsletter August 2020

Buckinghamshire Community Safety activities and notices including Anti-Social Behaviour. Coronavirus information, Catalytic Converter Theft, Rural Crime, Keyless Vehicle Theft, Friends Against Scams
Buckinghamshire Community Safety activities and notices including Anti-Social Behaviour. Coronavirus information, Catalytic Converter Theft, Rural Crime, Keyless Vehicle Theft, Friends Against Scams

The Importance of REPORTING Crime and Bad Behaviour

WHY it is important to report crime and concerns: we can do more to help focus Policing support and attention on our own locality, and even help in the fight against broader crime.
WHY it is important to report crime and concerns: we can do more to help focus Policing support and attention on our own locality, and even help in the fight against broader crime.