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UK Home Office: thames valley

UK Home Office: thames valley

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Published by: Home Office on Jan 24, 2008
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National Probation Service - Thames Valley
Chief OfficerDirector of Operations
Thames Valley Police
Chief Constable
Social Services and Housing
Oxfordshire County CouncilMilton Keynes CouncilBuckinghamshire County CouncilSlough Borough CouncilRoyal Borough Windsor & MaidenheadBracknell Forest CouncilWokingham District Unitary AuthorityReading Borough CouncilWest Berkshire Council
Victim Support
AylesburyBracknellChilternHigh WycombeMaidenhead/WindsorMilton KeynesNewburyNorth OxfordshireOxford & DistrictReadingSloughSouth Oxfordshire
AddressHead OfficeKingsclere RoadtBicesterOxonOX26 2QD(As above)AddressHeadquartersOxford RoadKidlingtonOxonOX5 2XNPhone
01869 25530001869 255300
01865 84600001865 79242201908 69169101296 39500001753 55228801628 79888801344 4246420118 974 60000118 939 090001635 4240001296 39761801344 41141101494 73278801494 43648601628 63636701908 60798901635 524493/401295 27799001865 751511/20118 958 616601753 53526601235 516840
Across the Thames Valley Area the Police andProbation Services are working closely together toprotect the public.The enactment of the Sex Offenders Act 1997 placeda statutory obligation on the police and allowed existingarrangements to be consolidated and formalised.This included agreement of written protocols togovern joint working with respect to sex offenders andother offenders considered to present a high risk ofharm to the public.It also formalised the inclusion of other agencies suchas housing, social services and health into the process.More recently, the introduction of the Criminal Justiceand Court Services Act 2000 has provided the legalbasis for these developments to be improved.This document provides details of the arrangementsmade within the Thames Valley and contact points forany additional enquiries including agencies other thanthe Police and Probation.

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