Welcome to the information page about Thames Valley Police. These are your key contacts:
- Neighbourhood Supervisor: P7042 PC Ian Carter
- Local PCSO: C9372 Andy Piotrowski
- Non emergency 101
- To talk to officers: 101
- Emergency/crime in progress: 999
- Local Police Office: Winslow Police Office, 81 High Street, Winslow, MK18 3DG
- You can also email the team
As a village we use the services of the Community Payback Scheme. The teams supplied to the village over the years have done a really good job in supporting the work on the Soulbury Millennium Green, maintenance of the allotments, clearing pathways weeds and leaves in the village, keeping the fountain in Leighton Road clear of weeds and rubbish and, finally, supporting Soulfest by helping with the setting up and breaking down of the event and clearing the rubbish left behind. Please click here to read more about this scheme.
Rural crime is an issue for large areas of the Thames Valley and we know that it can have a huge impact on our rural communities. However, these crimes tend to go unreported.
We are reaching out to our rural communities to encourage you to report anything you have seen, however big or small, which can help us tackle agricultural, equine, wildlife and heritage crime.
Did you know that you can report a crime in your area, or pass on any information that you may have, on our website? It is quick and easy to do and it can be done whenever is most convenient for you.
After all, you know your community best and you are most likely to know when something does not feel right. Whether it is something suspicious you have spotted in your local area or something you have overheard which may point to organised crime, we want to hear about it.
It can sometimes be difficult to know whether something you have seen is a crime and whether you should get in touch, but we would encourage you to contact us, as we can use this information to build a better picture and to target our resources effectively. By working together, we can prevent opportunistic and organised crimes taking place in our communities.
If you see something, report it on our website here.