A fairer share of Police resources for Henley

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Donna Crook is urging Henley’s residents to support a campaign that calls for a fairer allocation of police resources for the Town.

This follows on from a consultation carried out by the Police and Crime Commissioner Anthony Stansfeld which proposes a further increase in this year’s council tax.

In 2018/19 Henley is to contribute over a million pounds towards the Thames Valley Police.

For the last few weeks when Donna has been knocking on hundreds of doors introducing herself as one of the by-election candidates and listening to residents’ views.  She has heard many concerns raised about the lack of an effective police presence in Henley and the failure to tackle criminal activity.

Donna was quoted saying 
“Henley is a lovely town with a relatively low crime rate. However, over the last few weeks I have come across a significant number of residents that have been worried about anti-social behaviour, drug taking, fly tipping and vandalism that is taking place in certain parts of the town.

I’d like to see more police resource to tackle these problems at the root source and stop this activity escalating further”.

“I will also be writing to Mr Stansfeld, asking him to come to Henley so he can learn more about the issue at first hand”.

Petitions are currently being circulated in shops, pubs, and other venues throughout Henley as well as being on this website.



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