RSS (Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary) is a format to regularly review changing web content. An RSS feed allows you to see when websites have added new content. You can get the latest information in one place, as soon as it's published, without having to visit the websites you have taken the feed from.

The content from the RSS feed can be viewed using the latest web browsers, news reader software and email clients , or can be embedded into an HTML webpage.

Thames Valley Police RSS feeds

RSS logoThames Valley Police - News

RSS logoThames Valley Police - Missing persons appeals

RSS logoThames Valley Police - Roads Policing

RSS logoThames Valley Police - Country Watch - Rural crime

Local news

RSS logoLocal news - Aylesbury Vale

RSS logoLocal news - Bracknell and Wokingham

RSS logoLocal news - Cherwell and West Oxfordshire

RSS logoLocal news - Chiltern and South Buckinghamshire

RSS logoLocal news - Milton Keynes

RSS logoLocal news - Oxford

RSS logoLocal news - Reading

RSS logoLocal news - Slough

RSS logoLocal news - South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse

RSS logoLocal news - West Berkshire

RSS logoLocal news - Windsor and Maidenhead

RSS logoLocal news - Wycombe

Using Thames Valley Police RSS on your website

You can use Thames Valley Police RSS on your website under the following conditions:

  • The RSS button should be accompanied by text that reads ‘Thames Valley Police RSS feed’ or ‘ RSS feed’.
  • You may not use any Thames Valley Police logo or image.

We reserve the right to prevent the distribution of Thames Valley Police content. Thames Valley Police does not accept any liability for its feeds.

Further information

Additional software

You may need to download Adobe Reader (opens new window) to view files in PDF format.

You may need to download Microsoft Office Word viewer software (opens new window) to view Word files.

You may need to download Microsoft Office Excel viewer software (opens new window) to view Excel files.