Chiltern's current priorities:
Drug dealing and drug misuse
Led by the police and supported by the community. We will work closely with support agencies. We will continue to educate parents and engage with schools and youth groups. We will continue to work with our partners, to target, prevent and reduce reports of drug use and dealing within the neighbourhood. Drugs warrants will be executed at identified premises to target reported offenders where necessary. Closure orders will be sought for identified premises within the neighbourhood.
Led by the police, supported by the community; this will be tackled through pursuing offenders, crime prevention activities including Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) operations, crime reduction events and education.
Working with the Community. We will continue with Operation Glare to target offenders. This will include use of a hand held speeding device along with advice on bad driving. We also continue to support Community Speed Watch Teams.
These were set at the Forum Meeting on September 10th 2019.
The next meeting of the Chiltern Community Forum will be held in November – time and place tba.
Thank you to all who make their views known via the online surveys. These are aggregated and presented at the meeting, to inform discussion and guide decisions. The meetings include open, frank discussions with members of Chiltern’s Neighbourhood Policing team. We encourage as many residents, businesses and groups as possible to attend the meeting. These meetings are also an opportunity to ask questions and air views.
Browse Forum Meetings
How Priorities are set
Crime policing priorities for the coming quarter are set at the committee meeting of the Chiltern Community Forum. This is an open meeting, which anyone can attend.
Beforehand, residents are invited to complete an online survey to express their views and preferences. From a list of 22, they are asked to select their top three neighbourhood priorities that the Chiltern Community Forum should address over the next three months.
Information from the survey is collated, analysed and presented at the committee meeting. This helps inform discussion and guide decisions on priorities taken at the meeting.
Decisions are announced on this website and elsewhere. Progress reports are presented by Thames Valley Police at the following meeting, and again these are published. Thames Valley Police will also report to other meetings and groups, such as Local Area Forums.
The 22 Priorities
The 22 priorities are set out on the online survey forms. They are are listed below, with links to information from Thames Valley Police, Chiltern District Council and other sources: