Op Sceptre - Knives surrendered as part of national week of action

As part of the national week long campaign that ran from Tuesday 18 September to Monday 24 September, knife surrender bins were placed into 16 police stations across the Thames Valley. This was to prevent unwanted knives from finding their way onto the streets.

Launch of new Safety Hub in Windsor

On Friday (19/10) officers from Thames Valley Police were joined by South Central Ambulance Service, local charities and Councillors from the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead to launch a new Safety Hub in Windsor.

Police & Crime Bulletin for October 2018

Francis Habgood announces his retirement as Chief Constable for Thames Valley

Thames Valley Police Chief Constable Francis Habgood has announced that he is to retire.

Francis Habgood to retire as Thames Valley Chief Constable

Thames Valley Police Chief Constable Francis Habgood has today (16/10) announced that he is to retire.

He will retire from his role as Chief Constable at the end of March 2019, after four years in the post, 15 years within the force and more than 32 years in the police service.

Policing the second Royal Wedding in six months

Yesterday (12/10) thousands of people lined the streets of Windsor to celebrate the wedding of Her Royal Highness Princess Eugenie and Mr Jack Brooksbank.

Months of hard work went into planning the police operation and together with partners we delivered a safe and secure day for all.