The Importance of REPORTING Crime and Bad Behaviour

WHY it is important to report crime and concerns: we can do more to help focus Policing support and attention on our own locality, and even help in the fight against broader crime.
WHY it is important to report crime and concerns: we can do more to help focus Policing support and attention on our own locality, and even help in the fight against broader crime.

Forum Meeting Report May 26th 2020

Report on a well attended Forum meeting. Update on the COVID-19 context, and some good news on Burglary stats. Policing priorities retained as Burglary, Anti-Social Behaviour and Drug Dealing
Report on a well attended Forum meeting. Update on the COVID-19 context, and some good news on Burglary stats. Policing priorities retained as Burglary, Anti-Social Behaviour and Drug Dealing

Concern over Local Burglaries

A statement by Cllr Peter Martin regarding justifiable concerns over local burglaries. Followed by a comprehensive list of recommendations for staying safe by Amersham Neighbourhood Police Sergeant Darren Walsh.
A statement by Cllr Peter Martin regarding justifiable concerns over local burglaries. Followed by a comprehensive list of recommendations for staying safe by Amersham Neighbourhood Police Sergeant Darren Walsh.

‘Tis the Season… to deter Burglars

In addition to setting policing priorities, Chiltern Community Forum signposts how residents can take their own steps to improve their safety. Responding to strongly expressed concerns on burglary, we present a list of actions through which residents can become more self-resilient.
In addition to setting policing priorities, Chiltern Community Forum signposts how residents can take their own steps to improve their safety. Responding to strongly expressed concerns on burglary, we present a list of actions through which residents can become more self-resilient.

November 2019 Survey – how did YOUR area vote?

A record near-600 responses to the November 2019 Crime Priorities survey showed significant similarities and differences across the four Chiltern areas, and the Under 18s’ survey.
A record near-600 responses to the November 2019 Crime Priorities survey showed significant similarities and differences across the four Chiltern areas, and the Under 18s’ survey.