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Buckinghamshire Community Safety Newsletter October 2020

Sunday, November 15th, 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:

  • Domestic Abuse: information on local and national domestic abuse services continuing to offer support, including online and telephone services.
  • Silent Solution: in danger, need the Police, can’t speak – here’s how to call.
  • World Mental Health Day: held yearly on 10th October, especially relevant this year with pressures from coronavirus restrictions. Advice on how you can call for support.
  • National Hate Crime Awareness Week: held from 10th – 17th October. Advice if you think you have been a victim of, or witnessed a hate crime.
  • Anti-Slavery Day: held on Sunday 18th October, raising awareness of human trafficking and modern slavery. Contact details if you suspect something.
  • Friends Against Scams FASathon: held Wednesday 21st October, with as many people as possible encouraged in one day to complete the online awareness session to protect themselves and their loved ones from scams.
  • Thames Valley Police Visual Impairment Protocol
  • Winter Home Security advice
  • Youth Offending Service Volunteers: current opportunities to volunteer for the Buckinghamshire’s Youth Offending Service
Bucks Community Safety News - October 2020 Edition

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