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Sgt Dan Ryder in ‘In and Around Iver’

Friday, August 6th, 2021

Below is an interesting page written for In and Around Iver by Sgt Dan Ryder, of the Neighbourhood Policing team across Denham, Gerrards Cross, The Ivers, Fulmer, George Green, Hedgerley and Wexham.

In particular, Sgt Ryder explains the tactic of disrupting criminality by intercepting suspected cross border offenders through traffic patrols. Those who have attended Forum meetings in the past will be familiar with this method.

We have noticed more activity on the TVP Chiltern & South Bucks social media platforms, and now we know why! Sgt Ryder asks the community to follow their accounts, and spread the word by SHARING posts on local community groups.

TVP Chiltern & South Bucks on Twitter

TVP Chiltern & South Bucks Facebook page

The enhanced profile on social media is to be welcomed. Residents should remain aware, however, that they SHOULD NOT REPORT CRIME through these channels. This was explained last year in our post “The Importance of REPORTING Crime and Bad Behaviour”

article by neighbourhood policing sergeant dan ryder in in and around iver magazine august 21

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