Meeting with the Police Commissioner


I attended a meeting of some Thames Valley MPs with our Police Commissioner in the Commons this week.

He reported on the falling volume of burglary, one of his targets for reduction. He also told us of progress with rural crime, where the police have mounted special operations following thefts of tractors and other farm equipment.

Wokingham remains at the bottom of the tables of offences committed by area, which is good news. Each individual crime, however, is a blow to the victims and a crime too many.

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