This month the team have been out and about on the area with the SID (Speed Indication Device). 30 drivers were caught driving above the limit.
Anti-social behaviour (ASB)
Due to further reports of ASB in Henley Town Centre the team have issued four ASB warning letters and five ABCs (Acceptable Behaviour Contracts) to the young people identified as being responsible.
Thames Valley Alerts/Days of Action
In March the team carried out ‘Days of Action’ in the Henley area. Houses and businesses in the area were visited to inform people about Thames Valley Alerts. The team were able to sign new users up using a new app on their smartphones and those residents who were not at home were left a paper form with crime reduction information. As a result 200 new people signed up. If you would like to sign up to Thames Valley Alerts please visit www.thamesvalleyalert.co.uk (and click JOIN) or download the app from your app store. You will receive regular updates from us about crime in your area, and you can help us to keep your community safe by helping us with investigations and by spreading the word about the campaigns and events that we run from time to time
Mobile Community Events
The Henley Neighbourhood Team will be holding two Mobile Community Events in your area soon, following reports of Anti-social Behaviour (ASB) and vehicle ASB.
The mobile police station will be at Gainsborough and Mount View on Thursday 27 April at the following times:
- Thursday, 27 April 2017, 1pm – 2pm at Gainsborough
- Thursday, 27 April 2017, 2.15pm – 3.15pm at Mount View.
Please come and see us and we can discuss these local issues as well as any other concerns.
If you cannot attend but would like to speak to an officer please email Henleynhpt@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk or call 101.