Thames Valley Police have frequently repeated that their success in fighting crime is very dependent on the efficient gathering of relevant information – ‘criminal intelligence’ – from the public. So, we all have a personal stake in helping this process.
This is a message from Wycombe District Neighbourhood Watch Association. Recent media coverage has reported that Action Fraud is going to be closed down, so causing alarm to victims of fraud. The City of London Police is the national lead
This is a message from Wycombe District Neighbourhood Watch Association We have received a report from a local retired businessman on how he was targeted on a banking scam that could have cost him over £800,000. He admitted that he
SEPTEMBER ‘OUR NEWS’ OUT NOW We are delighted to bring you the September OUR NEWS edition – a monthly newsletter for all Neighbourhood Watch supporters across England and Wales. This edition introduces you to our Neighbour of the Year Awards 2021
We have made changes which affect our front counter services across Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Oxfordshire. Thames Valley Police is working to adapt to the different ways in which people contact the police, to meet the changing needs of the diverse
This is a message from Wycombe District Neighbourhood Watch Association. Thefts from garden sheds are always quite an issue. So, you might like to consider the crime prevention products we sell to help protect your sheds and other outbuildings. You
Action Fraud has received over 700 reports from members of the public about fake emails purporting to be from the NHS. The emails claim to be able to provide people with a “digital passport” that “proves you have been vaccinated
Summer holiday plans may be a little different this year, but if you are planning a ‘staycation’, please take a look at the home security tips below to help prevent you from becoming a victim of crime : * Shut
There has been an increase in reported thefts from vehicles across the area. Some of these reports have involved vehicles that have been left insecure. Having your car or van broken into and losing your possessions to thieves can be
This is a message from Wycombe District Neighbourhood Watch Association. The advice to us from the police is to report bogus phone calls to your telecom supplier. You may need to dial 1471 on landlines to get the caller’s number.