LPA management team

Management team members

The Aylesbury Vale Local Policing Area management team can be contacted by calling 101, the Thames Valley Police non-emergency number.

Chief Inspector Olly Wright

Superintendent Olly Wright - Local Policing Area (LPA) Commander - Aylesbury Vale

Superintendent Olly Wright joined Thames Valley Police in 1994. He spent his first ten years in Oxford and Cowley, where he was promoted to the rank of Inspector. His time there included patrol, neighbourhood policing and custody.

As Inspector, he line managed the Domestic Abuse Investigation unit and was the lead in developing partnership working as part of the community safety partnership for the city.

From 2005 to 2006, Olly was the sector Inspector for Bicester. Here he had responsibility for all policing of the town and surrounding area. At this time he also performed the role of Critical Incident Inspector across Oxfordshire.

Olly was promoted to Chief Inspector in 2006, leading on the implementation of Neighbourhood Policing across the whole of Thames Valley Police.

Following this, he spent several years as Detective Chief Inspector in Intelligence, which saw him heavily involved in work to disrupt organised crime groups across Thames Valley and elsewhere.

He was then instrumental in designing and establishing the new intelligence structures across the Force area, before moving to Aylesbury Vale Local Police Area as the Deputy Commander in 2012.

Upon promotion to Superintendent in October 2014, Olly was appointed as the Local Police Area Commander for Aylesbury Vale. He is also an accredited Public Order and events commander, having been involved in the command of a wide range of large events, including football matches and protests across the Thames Valley area. He is happily married with three school-age children.

  • Acting Chief Inspector Deputy LPA Commander Simon Steel

  • Inspector Kelly Glister - Neighbourhood Inspector - Aylesbury Town

  • Inspector James Davies - Neighbourhood Inspector - Rural and Buckingham

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