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Woodstock Neighbourhood Team Update

Alert message sent 31/05/2017 10:50:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

Woodstock Neighbourhood Team – June 2017
Phil, Chris and Rob have had a busy month catching up with various things including school assemblies discussing Peer Pressure and Internet Safety and working with various villages on Community Speedwatch Projects
Following the tragic events last week in Manchester, several team members have been asked by members of the public for advice regarding the Terrorism Threat Level;
We can provide the following advice and reassurance on this.
Remain alert  - not alarmed
Be vigilant, to report any suspicious activity.  The National Counter Terrorism Security Office provides advice with the memorable title RUN, HIDE, TELL
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/stay-safe-film
 
On 1st June 2017 we are making some changes to our teams.  The Woodstock Team will merge with the neighbourhood teams at Eynsham and Kidlington. 
PCSO Phil Workman and PCSO Chris Jones will remain covering Woodstock from the Police Station in Woodstock
PC Rob Webb will move to work from the Kidlington Office.
Instead of working in isolation the Constables and PCSO’s from all 3 areas will work together in order to focus of problem solving.  This means that the team will have access to more Constables and Police Community Support Officers should they be needed and we will work according to the “demand”. 
Contact methods for the team will remain the same using either 101 or email WoodstockNHPT@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
 
 
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Elizabeth Bell (Police, Sgt, Eynsham)

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