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Recording: Thames Valley Police Burglary Event 1st Dec

Monday, December 5th, 2022

On 1st December 2022, Thames Valley Police’s South Buckinghamshire Neighbourhood Police held an online ‘Burglary event’. The purpose was to address concerns of residents at an increase in local burglaries, and to discuss means of making homes and properties less likely to fall prey to burglars.

The meeting was hosted by Inspector James Ellis, in charge of Neighbourhood Police. He was joined by Detective Inspector Lucie Clarke, of the Priority Crime Team, and by other partners including from Buckinghamshire Council’s Community Safety team. More than 130 residents attended the meeting.

Below is a video recording covering the entire meeting , including around a hour responding to a wide range of residents’ questions. The timeline below the video will help viewers navigate through the main sections of the meeting.


0.00: Video of Councillors Martin Tett and Gareth Williams discussing crime prevention with Chalfont St Peter Neighbourhod Police.
6.30: Introduction by Inspector James Ellis.
13.00: Presentation by Detective Inspector Lucie Clarke, Priority Crime Team.
28.30: Presentation by Inspector James Ellis.
52.30 to end: Questions and Answers.

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