Community/Vocational/ Thame PCSOs: making Thame a safer place to live

Wed 6th April 2016 at 7.30 pm - 9.30 pm

Thame's Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) shared with Thame Rotarians the good work they are doing to help making the local community a safer place to live.

Peter Hook and Thame's PCSOs
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According to Thames Valley Police, many crimes have been solved because people have responded to police appeals for information.

Thames Valley Police invites the public to join their Thames Valley Alert:

"Thames Valley Allert enables the police to keep you informed of crime trends in your neighbourhood and to provide details of meetings and general crime prevention advice to help you protect yourself from crime. Messages are sent via a computerised messaging system called Neighbourhood Alert. Members can choose to receive messages via e-mail, phone or text. The messages are sent to selected areas so that members only receive information relevant to the neighbourhood they live."

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