Chesham neighbourhood

Your neighbourhood

Local priorities

The following priorities have been identified by the community and the police:

  1. Burglary Dwelling / Non Dwelling. Having someone intrude on your own personal environment is a very traumatic experience. The neighbourhood policing team will be working hard to try and prevent dwelling burglaries and work with our colleagues to bring offenders to justice. We will focus on providing good quality crime prevention advice and conducting high visibility patrol in key areas. Although not as intrusive as a burglary dwelling, having a shed or outhouse broken into can be equally as traumatic. Often high value goods such as gardening equipment can be targeted. This is not only at great cost but also great inconvenience.
  2. Theft from Motor Vehicle. This encompasses the opportunist who sees an insecure vehicle in a location and deems it safe enough to enter, search and steal items from it.
  3. Anti Social Behaviour. Anti-social behaviour brings misery to those who suffer from it. The neighbourhood policing team will provide high visibility patrols in problem areas. We will work with offenders, victims and partner agencies to try and solve problems as they arise!

These are being dealt with by your neighbourhood policing team in partnership with residents and other agencies. Progress will be reported in the Neighbourhood updates.

Neighbourhood updates

Have Your Say meetings

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Neighbourhood officers

  • Inspector Richard Vine
  • Sergeant James Ellis
  • Acting Sergeant Adam Thomas
  • PC Kevin Flint
  • PC Phil Thomson
  • PC Ross Wilcox
  • PC Matt Neville
  • PCSO Jacqueline Day
  • PCSO Andy Piotrowski
  • PCSO Sarah-Jayne Cook
  • PCSO Max Clark
  • PCSO Lesley Roche
  • PCSO Andy Mayhew
  • PCSO Matt Sansom
  • PCSO Mike Shepherd
  • PCSO Laura Martin