A message from the Chiltern Community Forum

Thursday, September 17th, 2020
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Chiltern Community Forum’s survey and upcoming meeting. 

The Chiltern Community Forum exists principally to discuss and set neighbourhood policing priorities for the Chiltern district.  It does this via quarterly surveys and meetings between residents and the Thames Valley Police Neighbourhood Policing team.  Over more than two years, it has become a valued platform for Chiltern’s Neighbourhood Police team to communicate with local residents.

The survey will remain open until midnight on Sunday (20th), and an online Zoom meeting will be held with Thames Valley Police next Wednesday.

The meeting will be at 6.30pm on Wednesday 23rd September.  All are welcome to attend the Zoom meeting. Please include an e-mail address in your survey response so that a meeting link can be sent to you. Alternatively, you can email to request the link at contact@chilterncommunityforum.org
 
Inspector Richard Vine will update on policing over the past 3 months, and other matters. They will also be joined by Thames Valley Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Barber.  Their hope is to have a valuable, wide ranging discussion on issues of policing and community safety.

The very brief quarterly survey, inviting residents to vote and comment on their main concerns, can be accessed online at:

https://www.chilterncommunityforum.org/meetings/forum-23rd-september-2020/
or https://forms.gle/RGvr9fTyEE1B9Scc9

For more information on the Chiltern Community Forum, please go to –

Twitter – https://twitter.com/ChilternForum

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/groups/chilternforum

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