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Community Safety Newsletter July 2019

Monday, August 5th, 2019

The Community Safety Newsletter keeps residents informed about the activities of the Community Safety Partnership within Chiltern and South Bucks in the past and coming month.

Open the Community Safety Newsletter below to read more about:

  • Community Cards Scheme 2019: who’s won by collecting most stickers?
  • Street Association Celebration.
  • Scam Events: looking to get more schemes up and running in Chiltern and South Bucks districts
  • Safe Place Scheme.
  • Crime Reduction Event: lots of useful advice given to shoppers at Peterley Manor Farm Shop, Prestwood.
  • Neighbourhood Watch: in June and July a number of new NHW schemes across the Chiltern district have been set up and existing schemes have been refreshed.
  • Purse Dipping: a reminder to be vigilant – and look out for Community Safety and Neighbourhood Policing Teams in upcoming weeks, providing shoppers with purse bells and purse chains to help keep belongings safe and secure.
  • Signal Blocking Pouches: Chiltern and South Bucks residents being offered FREE signal blocking pouches to deter thefts of keyless vehicles… while stocks last!
  • Message in a Wallet: Chiltern and South Bucks residents being offered FREE wallets to contain essential information for emergency services in the event of illness or accident.
  • Be Inspired Playday: Wednesday August 7th, King George V Field, Amersham.
  • Summer Home Security Tips
  • .

Community Safety News - July 2019 Edition

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