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Kidlington and District Community Forum

Alert message sent 02/10/2019 23:57:00

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The Kidlington and District Community Forum met tonight and had a very productive meeting, we welcomed 6 new members to the group and had a delegation from a bank which serves the residents of Kidlington. Tonight the forum formed the three new local policing priorities for the next 12 months for the Kidlington and surrounding villages.
The new priorities are Fraud awareness, Speeding in rural communities and Anti-Social Behaviour.
Members of the forum will be conducting fraud awareness events and will welcome suggestions from any community groups in Kidlington or the immediate surrounding villages who would like us to consider their group to come and do an event. We will prioritise the most vulnerable persons first.
Likewise the forum will work in conjunction with the police and community speed awareness groups to target speeding vehicles and deal as appropriately.
Anti-Social Behaviour was listed due to a recent spike in reports and concerns by residents and members of the forum. The forum will work with the police and Cherwell District Council to identify and resolve these issues.

The next community forum meeting will be held at Thames Valley Police HQ South, Oxford Rd on 19th February 2020 at 19.15 hrs.

I welcome any suggestions for locations to hold fraud events please email me on
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David Scott (Police, PC, Cherwell and West)

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