Burnham / Farnhams / Taplow neighbourhood

Your neighbourhood

Local priorities - 'You said, We did'

The following priorities have been identified by the community and the police:

  • You said: Higher Police Presence

    You said you were concerned about Higher Police Presence.

    We did:
    We did: We have been working with the community conducting Community Speed Watch events, monitoring the speed of vehicles, schools talks, crime reduction leaflet drops, ongoing work at St Peters Close, Burnham. Due to the size of the neighbourhood area patrols are often carried out in vehicles which are a mixture of marked and unmarked vehicles. There have been a number of abstractions over this time for incidents which have occurred in other areas.

  • You said: Speeding

    You said you were concerned about Speeding.

    We did:
    We did: The Neighbourhood Team have been working closely with local residents on the roads identified in the last survey where speeding was raised as a priority. Our findings are as follows: Park Road, Farnham Royal – on two separate occasions over 550 vehicles passed through the site with 65 vehicles being captured over the speed limit, the highest was 42mph in a 30 limit. Crown Lane and Black Pond Lane, Farnham Royal – due to the layout of the road and the lack of footpaths this road is unsuitable for speed enforcement – a request has been made for an assessment for the speed van. Marsh Lane, Dorney – Speed monitoring has been carried out at this location with 72 vehicles passing through the checkpoint and no vehicles identified as speeding. Having police at a speed check is only effective when the police are present, longer term this is unsustainable. Speed monitoring is predominantly carried out by the PCSOs on the Neighbourhood Team and too many roads have been identified by the community as a “problem” for them to manage. There is a Community Speed Watch Scheme which we have been encouraging the local Parish Councils to seek volunteers from the community for. If you require further information please go to the Thames Valley Police website at http://bit.ly/2gmavzl

These are being dealt with by your neighbourhood policing team in partnership with residents and other agencies. Progress will be reported in the Neighbourhood updates.

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Neighbourhood officers

  • Inspector Brendan Murray

    Inspector Brendan Murray

  • Sergeant Melvin Mutch

    Sergeant Melvin Mutch

  • PC Trevor Walker

    PC Trevor Walker

  • PC Teresa Covey

    PC Teresa Covey

  • PCSO Vicky Edgecombe

    PCSO Vicky Edgecombe

  • PCSO Angela O'Connell

    PCSO Angela O'Connell

  • PCSO Paul Austin

    PCSO Paul Austin

  • PCSO Caroline Sampson

    PCSO Caroline Sampson

  • PCSO Matt Lynch

    PCSO Matt Lynch