Community Reassurance Statement Issued by Superintendent Grahame
I am aware of concerns within the local community following recent aggravated burglaries in and around the town. I would like to reassure members of the community that my team are actively investigating these and would encourage anyone with information to come forward.
We have extra patrols in place and continue to work closely with our partner agencies to ensure the town remains safe and enjoyable for everyone. Please feel free to approach my officers and raise any concerns you may have.
Advice on how to reduce the risk of becoming a victim of burglary can be found on the Thames Valley Police website here:
By working together we can build community resilience to deter and disrupt criminality in Slough. You provide our additional eyes and ears, so if you see or hear anything suspicious, please report it on the Thames Valley Police website, or by calling 101. Alternatively you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
You should always dial 999 in an emergency, where a crime is in progress, or there is serious risk to life or property.
Superintendent Sarah Grahame
Slough Local Policing Area Commander