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Thames Valley Police

Home Department written question – answered on 16th October 2001.

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Photo of Boris Johnson Boris Johnson Conservative, Henley

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many constables are available for ordinary duty in Henley; and how many there were in 1997.

Photo of John Denham John Denham Minister (Home Office) (Police and Crime Reduction)

I am told by the Chief Constable that Henley has 21.3 full-time equivalent constables. Thames Valley police is unable to make a direct comparison with 1997 because of territorial boundary changes. Henley is now a rural sector of the Southern Oxfordshire Division. In 1997 it was an outstation of Reading.

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