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Chesham Neighbourhood Police moves to Chesham Library

Thursday, June 9th, 2022

The Chesham neighbourhood team’s move to a new permanent office location within Chesham library was finalised on Friday 10th June.

Following the move, the former Chesham police station will be sold and the yellow phone that can connect members of the public to the Police Contact Centre will be removed.

former location of Chesham police station
The former location…
chesham neighbourhood police office moved iin June 2022 to chesham library
…and the new location.

The Contact Centre can still be contacted by calling 101 which is now free to phone from both landlines and mobile phones, or by using the various contact and reporting forms on the Thames Valley Police website.

Chesham police station has been closed to the public for a number of years, and used as a base from which to patrol the local area. The move allows the Neighbourhood team still to hold a base within the town centre from which they can continue their patrols. The office will not be open to the public, but relocation into the heart of a community building must be a good thing for visibility.

The Neighbourhood team will look to keep maximising contact with the local community, including through the Have Your Say meetings every first Saturday of the month in the town centre.

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