The Lambourn Police office consists of a reception area, advice counter, a police workroom equipped with computers which link to the main Thames Valley police Computer network, a restroom where officers and volunteers can prepare a light snack and drinks and of course a toilet!. The office is a place where police officers on duty in the area can come at any time to carry out administrative work, arrange to meet people or just drop in for a break between shifts
The police office is open on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9am to 1pm. The office is available for police officers to use 24 hours a day and meetings at the office outside of the opening hours can be arranged.
The services available from the police office include:
advice relating to police matters
crime reporting (call 101 for urgent and immediate assistance)
presenting documentation such as driving licences having been requested to do so
a place to have meetings and discussions with representatives from Thames Valley Police
Crime prevention advice and leaflets
The police office is manned by volunteers who have been given training and guidance and are in touch with the local control room in the event they are unable to answer a query. If you are interested in volunteering please contact Sergeant Andy Buckingham by calling Hungerford Police Station - 08458 505 505 or visiting the Lambourn Police Office.
Richard Benyon opened teh Police office in 2010:
The Office Volunteers