Marlow neighbourhood

Your neighbourhood

Local priorities

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

  1. Speeding:  Speeding is a concern that is often raised by residents of Marlow. The neighbourhood team regularly monitor roads in and around Marlow dealing with excess speed appropriately. We are also supported by a number of volunteers that take part in the community speed-watch campaign.
  2. Rural and Business crime:  The neighbourhood team regularly engage with members of the rural community in order to gain information on current issues and concerns. The neighbourhood team have also been carrying out tack and tool marking, free of charge to local residents and businesses.Marlow town centre now has a number of shops signed up to “Shop Watch” which has already proved successful in catching several shoplifters within the town.
  3. Anti Social behaviour:  The neighbourhood team continue to deal with complaints of ASB in a positive and robust manner.

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 events

Meet your local neighbourhood officers, in person or online, to have your say on policing priorities and concerns in your local area.

Find out more about Have Your Say meetings.

No meetings are currently scheduled

Neighbourhood officers

  • Acting Inspector Rob Kightley

    Acting Inspector Rob Kightley

  • Sergeant Robin Hughes

    Sergeant Robin Hughes

  • PC Emma Taylor

    PC Emma Taylor

  • PC Merlyn Evans

    PC Merlyn Evans

  • PC Rob Duffy

    PC Rob Duffy

  • PC Darren King

    PC Darren King

  • PCSO Rebekah Routh

    PCSO Rebekah Routh

  • PCSO Mark Rackstraw

    PCSO Mark Rackstraw

  • PCSO James Bowditch

    PCSO James Bowditch

  • PCSO Steve Watkins

    PCSO Steve Watkins

  • PCSO Claire  Bowles

    PCSO Claire Bowles

  • PCSO Lucy Ash

    PCSO Lucy Ash