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Police & Crime Bulletin for October 2019

183 new police officers announced in first phase of recruitment

The Home Office have announced the first tranche of police officer recruitment to meet the pledge of 20,000 new officers promised by the Government.

Introducing Police Horse Viktor

The Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Thames Valley was invited to meet the latest recruit of Thames Valley Police’s Mounted Section earlier this week (8/10).

GPS tagging to be used as bail condition

From 1 October the Courts will be able to utilise a GPS tag system when bailing suspects from court. The scheme supported by the Ministry of Justice will allow courts and the police to minimise the risk of further offending and safeguard victims whilst suspects are on bail. 

Is rural crime a special case?

There is no special case for policing in rural communities. Not because these communities are valued any less, but because every community should be valued equally in the Thames Valley and should expect and receive the highest standards of policing.

Cash seized from criminals goes to good causes

The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Thames Valley, Anthony Stansfeld, and Chief Constable, John Campbell, have awarded voluntary and community organisations £106,733 from the Police Property Act Fund.

Police & Crime Bulletin for August 2019

Tributes paid to PC Andrew Harper

The shocking death of PC Andrew Harper in such tragic circumstances late on Thursday night have rocked Thames Valley Police Force and the community it services.