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Buckinghamshire Community Safety Newsletter December 2020

Monday, December 28th, 2020

The Buckinghamshire Community Safety Newsletter keeps residents informed about the activities of the Community Safety Partnership across the county.

Open the Community Safety Newsletter below to read more about:

  • Coronavirus Information: On Sunday 20th December Buckinghamshire moved into Tier 4. Guidance and links.
  • Christmas Home Security: precautions to help prevent Buckinghamshire residents falling victim to winter burglary.
  • Shopping Safety Tips: online and in-store advice.
  • Property Marking: advice on security marking shiny new gadgets acquired at Christmas, and registering them on a property database.
  • Loan Sharks: Contact advice if you or someone you know has been a victim of illegal money lending.
  • Safer Buckinghamshire Board: The new community safety partnership for Buckinghamshire. You can read more about the Board, its priorities and why they were identified in the Safer Buckinghamshire Plan.
  • Community Boards: how residents can become involved with making their local communities better places to live.
  • Act Early Website: Counter Terrorism Policing’s newly launched safeguarding website
  • White Ribbon Day: Wednesday 25th November marked White Ribbon Day, an awareness raising day to prevent men’s violence against women.
Bucks Community Safety News - December 2020 Edition

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