Chief Constable’s Report September 2018

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018

By watching the video below you can hear a report by Francis Habgood, Chief Constable, Thames Valley Police, on recent developments including:

  • Trends in recorded crime
  • 101 calls handling
  • Problem solving in partnership with other organisations and voluntary services
  • Modern Slavery and TVP’s Hidden Harm campaign
  • Progress of the STRONGHOLD campaign against organised crime
  • Policing of the upcoming Royal Wedding

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