Buckinghamshire Community Safety Newsletter June 2020

Buckinghamshire Community Safety activities and notices including new contact details, domestic abuse, coronavirus scams, online safety, Neighbourhood Watch week, Coronavirus support and information
Buckinghamshire Community Safety activities and notices including new contact details, domestic abuse, coronavirus scams, online safety, Neighbourhood Watch week, Coronavirus support and information

Community Safety Newsletter February 2020

Community Safety activities and notices including new Safer Buckinghamshire Community Safety Partnership, Catalytic Converter Theft, Neighbourhood Watch, Sexual Assault & Abuse Support Service, Money Sense workshop, Operation Gauntlet
Community Safety activities and notices including new Safer Buckinghamshire Community Safety Partnership, Catalytic Converter Theft, Neighbourhood Watch, Sexual Assault & Abuse Support Service, Money Sense workshop, Operation Gauntlet

Community Safety Newsletter January 2020

Community Safety activities and notices including survey for new Safer Buckinghamshire Community Safety Partnership, Safeguarding, Friends against Scams, Neighbourhood Watch, No Doorstep Selling zones, Safe Place Scheme, Sexual Assault & Abuse Support Service, Money Sense workshop, bike marking.
Community Safety activities and notices including survey for new Safer Buckinghamshire Community Safety Partnership, Safeguarding, Friends against Scams, Neighbourhood Watch, No Doorstep Selling zones, Safe Place Scheme, Sexual Assault & Abuse Support Service, Money Sense workshop, bike marking.

Community Safety Newsletter December 2019

Community Safety activities and notices: Commuter Events/ Police Ride-along Report/ Clear Car Campaign/ Neighbourhood Watch/ Have Your Say/ Christmas Crime Reduction Videos
Community Safety activities and notices: Commuter Events/ Police Ride-along Report/ Clear Car Campaign/ Neighbourhood Watch/ Have Your Say/ Christmas Crime Reduction Videos

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.