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New Wycombe Police Commander

Alert message sent 05/02/2020 09:54:00

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Last week, Superintendent Christina Berenger started as the Commander for the Wycombe local policing area, taking over from Superintendent Kevin Brown who has moved to lead the force's Major Crime Unit.

Supt Berenger joined Thames Valley Police in 1992. Since then she has performed both uniform and detective roles, mostly in Berkshire. For the last three years she has been the Detective Chief Inspector leading the Berkshire Child Abuse and Domestic Abuse Units, and most recently worked as the Crime Manager for the Bracknell & Wokingham police area. 

Supt Berenger has fond memories of working as a PC dog handler in High Wycombe in 1997 and is delighted to have been given the opportunity to return to the area.

Speaking about her new appointment Supt Berenger said “I am pleased to be leading to policing team for the diverse and thriving area of Wycombe. I know that a lot of good work is already going on here and I am looking forward to evolving the existing partnerships and building new ones to ensure Wycombe remains a safe place to live and work.

“I am committed to the public that we serve and a priority of mine is to tackle the crimes that have the most significant impact on our communities in both the urban and rural parts of the area. I will also ensure that we continue to provide a high quality service to victims of crime.”
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Mel Reedman (Police, Communications Officer, Thames Valley)
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