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

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.

Surveys – what’s the point?

We sympathise with the phenomenon of ‘survey fatigue’ and design quarterly Crime Priority Surveys to be RELEVANT and TO THE POINT, and SHORT. We also reassure respondents that their feedback will be processed promptly, and acted on.
We sympathise with the phenomenon of ‘survey fatigue’ and design quarterly Crime Priority Surveys to be RELEVANT and TO THE POINT, and SHORT. We also reassure respondents that their feedback will be processed promptly, and acted on.

September 2019 Priority Setting Decisions

At the Forum meeting on 10th September, Residential Burglary, Drug Dealing and Misuse and Speeding were set as Neighbourhood Policing priorities for the coming quarter.
At the Forum meeting on 10th September, Residential Burglary, Drug Dealing and Misuse and Speeding were set as Neighbourhood Policing priorities for the coming quarter.

May Priority Setting Decisions

We explain why Burglary, Drugs dealing and misuse and Rogue Traders were selected as the top 3 priorities for Chiltern neighbourhood policing team during the summer months. And we identify how other common concerns are being addressed.
We explain why Burglary, Drugs dealing and misuse and Rogue Traders were selected as the top 3 priorities for Chiltern neighbourhood policing team during the summer months. And we identify how other common concerns are being addressed.

February Priority Setting Decisions

Meeting at Chalfont St Peter Parish Council Offices, the Forum set Residential Burglary, Drug Dealing and Misuse and Anti Social Behaviour as policing priorities for the coming 3 months.
Meeting at Chalfont St Peter Parish Council Offices, the Forum set Residential Burglary, Drug Dealing and Misuse and Anti Social Behaviour as policing priorities for the coming 3 months.