17 April 2020 update from Chief Superintendent Christian Bunt, the Gold commander for Thames Valley Police’s response to the Coronavirus pandemic
Doorstep scammers are taking advantage of the coronavirus emergency to con elderly and vulnerable people.
A sniffer dog took minutes to root out illegal tobacco in a Chesham food and wine shop.
Recruits and staff from Douglas Intake have taken part in a team building activity in the community supporting two mental health charities, Lindengate in Wendover and TherapBee in Westcott.
RAF Halton Medical Centre staff have been involved with the sewing of a RAF Historical Quilt.
Each For Equal is this year’s theme.
Repeated fly tipping offences and a previous history of offending led to Dean Cayley of Long Furlong Drive, Slough, being sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment by High Wycombe magistrates.
In accordance with RAF Halton’s commitment to engage with local schools the Trenchard Museum has hosted a visit from the Wendover CE Junior School.
The Thames Valley Air Ambulance is flying high following a donation of over £55,000 from Berkshire-based David Wilson Homes.
A visit by police and district council licensing officers to a food shop in High Wycombe found counterfeit cigarettes and foreign-labelled tobacco for sale.