Key Individual Network 2012

Request from Nikki Dale, part of the local Neighbourhood Policing Team covering Claydon

“I have set up a Key Individual Network (KIN) for the area, made up of one or two proactive residents of each village, to receive and share enhanced messages from the Neighbourhood Policing Team. This system is in addition to Thames Valley Alert (formerly known as Ringmaster) and the Neighbourhood Watch, and the main principle behind the KIN is to improve communication between the Neighbourhood Policing Team and the residents.

KIN members will receive information about suspicious vehicles and persons, crime trends and other information that we believe to be helpful. In return, KIN members are expected to be vigilant and to pass on information to the Police, using the most appropriate contact method. KIN members will be pivotal in keeping information flowing and making the village in which they live a safer place.

There is a meeting for the KIN at Banbury Police Station, at 1930 on 23rd July for both new members and established members of the KIN, and we would be delighted if a representative from your village could attend with a view to becoming a member. All the information regarding this role will be provided at this meeting.

If I could have an email response confirming who is attending from your village I would be most grateful.

Kind Regards,

PCSO Nikki Dale

PCSO C9327 Nikki DALE| Police Community Support Officer | Banbury Rural Neighbourhood Policing Team | Thames Valley Police
Address: Thames Valley Police, Banbury Police Station,Warwick Road, Banbury, OX16 2AE
Email | mobile 07807008075”