The fight against child sexual exploitation (CSE) by the police and other statutory agencies across the area will be monitored by a special working group created by the Thames Valley Police and Crime Panel.
The High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire, Mr Joe Barclay, made a familiarisation visit to RAF Halton this month to introduce his replacement, Mrs Francesca Skelton, to the role of the unit.
The Assault Pioneers of 2 Mercians arrived at RAF Halton the last week in March to take the lead on a joint project to renovate the WW1 training trenches in a quiet copse behind Initial Force Protection Training hangar (IFPT).
Group Captain (Retd) Min Larkin CBE, a former Halton Apprentice of the 63rd Entry, has presented the Halton Apprentice Trophy to the Officer Commanding Training Wing, Wing Commander Peter Whiting.
Personnel at RAF Halton have been incorporating ‘Doing Something Funny For Money’ whilst going about their duty.
Buckinghamshire's Safeguarding Children Board (BSCB), which aims to protect children and young people from abuse is urging residents to join them in the fight against child sexual exploitation (CSE) on Wednesday (18 March) as part of a national awareness day.
Arnold and Hilary Tasker from Thame presented a painting of a Vickers Vimy aircraft to RAF Halton which was accepted on behalf of the Station by Wing Commander Ray Morley and Squadron Leader Gary Coleman at Halton House.
In 2013, after the two-year Operation Bullfinch investigation by Thames Valley Police, seven men were sentenced to 95 years’ imprisonment for offences including rape, trafficking and arranging or facilitating prostitution against six girls.
Illegal cigarettes, tobacco and spirits were seized in a joint operation between Buckinghamshire Trading Standards and HM Revenue and Customs yesterday (Tuesday, February 24).
Fifty years ago on 30th January 1965, over one hundred Aircraft Apprentices from 104 Entry RAF Halton, provided route lining and honour guards to the funeral of Sir Winston Churchil