|Safer MK, the Community Safety Partnership for Milton Keynes, has launched their 2020 crime and community safety survey.|
They want to hear your views and perceptions of crime in the local community to direct their work for the next year in making Milton Keynes a safe place to live, visit and work.
The survey should take around 10 minutes to complete and the information you provide will be kept completely anonymous.
The survey will close on Friday 14 February
|Message Sent By|
Mel Reedman (Police, Communications Officer, Thames Valley)
We are sad to report that a resident of Essenden Court, Galley Hill has been burgled. Alongside the usual electronic items which these low life thieves target, the unfortunate victims lost an irreplaceable family heirloom, a bracelet left to the lady of the house by her late mother.
If you see a bracelet matching this diamond and sapphire bracelet being offered around for sale, please contact Thames Valley Police or let us know so we can pass any information on to the relevant people.
The burglary occurred while the family was out, and the thieves gained access through an upstairs bedroom window. This is a sad reminder of how we all need to be vigilant and watch out for each other as a community. One of the ways this can be done is through the Neighbourhood Watch Scheme which is being coordinated in Galley Hill by the GHRA Committee’s David Tavener. You can register your interest in the scheme through our Neighbour Hood Watch Survey online form here.
Remember to lock all doors and windows securely before leaving home, and keep an eye out for people acting strangely in the area.
The GHRA Committee