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Welcome to Thames Valley Country Watch



Please click on the image to watch a short introduction to the Country Watch system by Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner: Anthony Stansfeld.
 

If you live or work in a rural part of the Thames Valley, Country Watch is here to provide you with the opportunity to:
  

Exchange information with Thames Valley Police via the Thames Valley Alert system
Join Country Watch Alerts now to receive crime alerts, witness appeals and other information relevant to the area in which you live or work; all delivered in a way that suits your needs and lifestyle - by email, text or telephone. In addition you will be told about anyone in your community who is subject to a Criminal Behaviour Order, help identify suspected or wanted criminals from the gallery pages; or learn about community groups, events or meetings in your area.

Understand how we are working with partners to tackle rural crime and issues of importance to our rural community

December 2011 saw the formation of the Thames Valley Rural Crime Partnership between Thames Valley Police and organisations and associations representative of our rural communities; in acknowledgement of the policing challenges presented by our significant rural geography. Details of the Country Watch Partnership objectives and priorities for 2012-2013. 

Receive crime prevention advice relating to your home, businesses and land

Some crimes like theft of agricultural machinery, fly tipping, poaching and hare coursing are unique to rural areas other crimes such as metal theft are not; but they all cause considerable environmental and economic impact and stress to the victims. Advice on how to tackle and prevent these and other crimes is available on our crime prevention pages. Further crime prevention advice
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