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Neighbourhood Police Teams

On this page you will find details of the Neighbourhood Policing teams across the 7 policing areas within Thames Valley Police Chiltern & South Bucks Local Policing Area.

You can also access the recent quarterly Neighbourhood Policing updates issued by each team. These are mines of up-to-date information about recent events in the area, work on community-appointed areas of focus, snapshots of offenders brought to justice, personnel changes within the team, contact details and more.

As regards holding ‘Have Your Say’ events to meet the public, the teams have had to adapt their approaches during the pandemic. As the government restrictions ease, the neighbourhood teams are gradually returning to “business as usual”.

‘Have Your Say’ events are taking place again, and the Neighbourhood Policing teams want to see residents to talk about local issues and provide the crime prevention material in person that they have been unable to do for the last year.

Certain teams continue to earmark specific locations at which officers will be present and visible at varied times. If they see a vehicle or officer(s), residents are encouraged to come and discuss any concerns, or just to say hello. These venues are listed below each team.

Chesham Neighbourhood Policing Team

InspectorP3192 James Ellis
SergeantRoy Evans
PC’sJack McGregor, Matthew Styles
PCSO’sLesley Roche, Lee Bryan, Imanol Walsh Dingle
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“Have Your Say”

The Neighbourhood Police team will be at the clock tower, Market Square, Chesham, between 11am and 1pm on the first Saturday of each month.

Neighbourhood Policing Newsletters

Amersham Neighbourhood Policing Team

InspectorP3192 James Ellis
Sergeant3675 Darren Walsh
PC’s
PCSO’s8882 Jacqueline Day, 9631 Kerry Clarke
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Chalfonts Neighbourhood Policing Team

InspectorP3192 James Ellis
Sergeant3675 Darren Walsh
PC’s
PCSO’s9601 Charlotte Marsh, 7218 Charlotte Stephens
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Missendens Neighbourhood Policing Team

InspectorP3192 James Ellis
Sergeant3675 Darren Walsh
PC’s
PCSO’s7495 Lucy Groves and 9783 Chris Hinkley–Ging
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“Have Your Say” Locations

These are arranged on a combined Amersham – Chalfonts – Missendens basis, with a mobile van covering several locations in a day. Please look on our Diary Dates page for updated information.

Neighbourhood Policing Newsletters for Amersham, Chalfonts and Missendens

Beaconsfield Neighbourhood Policing Team

InspectorP3192 James Ellis
Sergeant7302 Hedley Gabriel
PC6058 Mike Austin
PCSO’s9722 Vijay Desai, 6540 Dave Wenham, 9509 Dee Hawkes
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“Have Your Say” Locations

The team will not set specific times and dates, but has identified the following locations, of which it wishes the community to be aware. If you see a Police vehicle or officer at these locations, please come and say hello and help identify any concerns you have or any information, you may feel will assist us.

  • Holtspur – Mayflower Parade
  • Beaconsfield New Town – The Town Hall, Penn Road.
  • Beaconsfield Old Town – Car Park near to Savilles

Neighbourhood Policing Newsletters

Iver, Stoke Poges & Wexham Neighbourhood Policing Team

InspectorP3192 James Ellis
Sergeant5731 Dan Ryder
PC2724 Dan McBroom
PCSO’s6801 Roy Fisher, 9853 Eloise Waring
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‘Have Your Say’ Locations

From quarterly newsletter 2021/3):
We have recently been able to attend community events such as the agricultural society day in Stoke Poges and the Family Charity day in Iver. We are planning over the next weeks to try and utilise the pop up Police station as part of our Winter Campaign, we will put locations up on social media, so please continue to follow our sites and come and say Hello.

Please also consider that with the team seeing new PCSO’s and officers arriving we are increasing our presence at the Police office at Iver Parish Council, so please feel free to drop by.

Neighbourhood Policing Newsletters

Denham & Gerrards Cross Neighbourhood Policing Team

InspectorP3192 James Ellis
Sergeant5731 Dan Ryder
PC’s0795 Bryony Powell
PCSO’s7958 Paul Austin, 9345 Paul Dobbin, 9605 Sarah Churchward
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‘Have Your Say’ Locations

From latest quarterly newsletter (2021/3):
We have recently been able to attend community events such as the New Denham Family day and various events at Schools. We are planning over the next weeks to try and utilise the pop up Police station as part of our Winter Campaign, we will put locations up on social media, so please continue to follow our sites and come and say Hello.

Neighbourhood Policing Newsletters

Burnham, Farnhams & Taplow Neighbourhood Policing Team

InspectorP3192 James Ellis
Sergeant7302 Hedley Gabriel
PC6131 Dan Terry
PCSO’s9791 Angela O’Connell, 9345 Kam Benawra, 9623 Shoaib Mahmood
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‘Have Your Say’ Locations

The team will not set specific times and dates, but has identified the following locations, of which it wishes the community to be aware. If you see a Police vehicle or officer at these locations, please come and say hello and help identify any concerns you have or any information, you may feel will assist us.

  • Taplow/Hitcham – The Parish Car Park, off Rectory Road.
  • Farnham Royal and Common – Car Park next to Broadway Autocentres.
  • Burnham – The Summers Road Car Park, Summers Road.
  • Dorney – The Dorney Lake Car Park off Court Lane

Neighbourhood Policing Newsletters