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Neighbourhood Policing Newsletters, Q4 2018

Friday, January 18th, 2019

Neighourhood Policing Newsletters for Q4 2018 are now available for the four areas within Chiltern Region: Chesham, Amersham, Chalfonts and Missendens

This information may be of interest to all residents, but for those intending to participate in the quarterly policing priority setting survey, these reports may provide some useful context. For the quarter being reported, they explain progress on priorities (“You Said We Did”), other policing news such as personnel changes, matters of concern and tips, future ‘Have Your Say’ dates, and a run-down of recent offenders brought to justice.

Links:

Chesham Neighbourhood Policing Newsletter Q4 2018

Amersham Neighbourhood Policing Newsletter Q4 2018

Chalfonts Neighbourhood Policing Newsletter Q4 2018

Missendens Neighbourhood Policing Newsletter Q4 2018

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