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Find out more about our aims and priorities for Thames Valley.
We are committed to working together to make our communities safer.
We will do this by preventing and thoroughly investigating crime, supporting victims and bringing offenders to justice. With our people, public and partners we will build stronger, more resilient communities and will provide a modern police force which meets the needs of the public we serve.
The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) has published the full Police and Crime Plan for Thames Valley, which outlines the priorities for the area and how we will work with partners to achieve them.
cut crimes that are of most concern to the community
increase the visible presence of the police
protect our communities from the most serious harm
improve communication with the public in order to build trust and confidence within our communities
tackle bureaucracy and develop the professional skills of all staff
reduce costs and protect the front line
To foster the trust and confidence of our community, we will:
take pride in delivering a high-quality service and keeping our promises
engage, listen and respond
learn from experience and always seek to improve
We are committed to promoting equality within our workforce, removing all forms of discrimination and promoting equality of opportunity for all. Thames Valley is home to a diverse set of communities and we understand the importance of making sure our workforce reflects this diversity.