Community Safety Information Newsletter
Residents of South Bucks can find out how the agencies that make up the Community Safety Partnership are working together to tackle crime and disorder in the district through the latest ‘CSI: South Bucks’ newsletter.
This Community Safety Information (CSI) newsletter will be produced bi-monthly. The first CSI edition of 2011 is available now. You can pick up a copy at the council offices, train stations, police stations, health centres, GP surgeries and libraries in the district. They will also be available at Have Your Say meetings (details of which can be found on the website www.thamesvalley.police.uk/yournh-about-nh-pol-meetings
CSI is also available on www.ionbucks.info
CSI will include a range of information, from informing residents of current crime initiatives, recent arrests and successful convictions, current Anti-Social Behaviour Orders, crime prevention tips, the latest crime statistics, and a ‘you said, we did’ section showing how we are responding to residents priorities.
Anti-Social Behaviour Officer, PC Andy McDonnell says “CSI will keep residents informed of how the partner organisations that make up the community safety partnership tackle crime and disorder. For example, it will provide helpful hints on how you can deal with incidents of anti-social behaviour.
If you would like more advice on how to protect yourself from crime, telephone one of our crime reduction advisers on 0845 8 505 505. If you wish to report a crime anonymously then call the Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.
For further information about the CSI newsletter, or to request a copy, please contact Community Safety Team on 01895 837220.
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For more information please contact
South Bucks District Council,
Denham, Bucks. UB9 4LH