Bernard Hall, Cuddington
St Mary's Centre
By Haddenham Webteam - 24th January 2013 4:00pm
The recently elected Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley, Anthony Stansfield, has launched a public consultation on the draft Police and Crime Plan for the Thames Valley.
This plan sets out a range of objectives for policing and crime in Thames Valley and brings together both the police and other partners responsible for crime reduction.
The new commissioner would like the plan to reflect the real issues and concerns of the people of Thames Valley, which is why local residents are being urged to have our say by taking part in the consultation process.
You can have your say on the draft plan by viewing the document on the Police & Crime Commissioner's website and then completing the short consultation survey.
Visit the draft consultation document here
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