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Dean KinghamDean Kingham (PC 5924)

To introduce myself I am Dean Kingham (PC 5924) and am the new Neighbourhood Specialist Officer (NSO) for your area, I have moved out of a response role in Aylesbury into this rural role and can now be found based at Waddesdon Police Station. I am slowly finding my way around all the villages, and meeting lots of friendly people on my patrols.

I have been given lots of information about the different policing issues that I can help out with; I have gone out of my way to be trained on the speed gun as all of the villages I have visited have made complaints of drivers speeding. Since being trained on the 1st February 2009 I have issued over 70 speeding tickets resulting in people having either 3 points on their licence or being referred to driving courses, I have stopped a further 50-60 cars and given advice about their driving manner.

I have also had a lot of involvement with the village schools and parking issues that often happen in the rural locations with lack of parking and time restraints of modern parents.

Dean KinghamSue Jones - Police Community Support Officer

My name is Sue Jones and I am a Police Community Support Officer covering the Haddenham and Long Crendon District. I work out of Waddesdon Police Station and my Neighbourhood Specialist Officer is PC Dean Kingham. I have worked for Thames Valley Police for about 10 years and have been a PCSO for about 2 years. I find this job very satisfying and enjoy meeting and working with the community.

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2018-07-04 Arson in Long Crendon, just before midnight on Wednesday 4 July 2018. View Details | Report Info
2018-06-05 Burglary at Westfield Road 5 June 2018 View Details | Report Info
2018-05-26 Burglary - Chearsley Road - 24 May 2018 View Details | Report Info
2018-02-02 Garden Furniture stolen View Details | Report Info