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Thames Valley Police are developing a Race Action Plan to improve the trust and confidence of diverse communities and address any racial disparities in the service. 

To find out more and how you can get involved,  please visit the Thames Valley Police website

Get involved this summer and have your say

Read the interim Race Action plan: Thames Valley Police encourages you to read the interim plan and explore the different actions the force wants to take to better relations with diverse communities.

Complete the anonymous feedback form about the plan: Share your thoughts about the interim plan by completing the online form 

Engage with Community and Diversity Officers (CADOS) at community events: TVP CADOs are working hard to engage with and build relations with diverse communities across the Thames Valley, driving forward the force’s commitment to be an excellent police force, trusted by all communities.

Below are some of the community events that CADOs will be attending this summer to raise awareness about the interim Race Action Plan:


  • 5 August, AfroFest, Calcot event;
  • 5 August, Kenyans in Reading Family Funday event, Ibis Health Club, Scours Lane;
  • 5 August, Reading Mela, Palmer Park.


  • 6 August, Slough Mela, Upton Court Park

Milton Keynes

  • 12 August, Big Park Hangout Youth event Campbell Park

To find out more about TVP’s Race Action Plan and for event updates throughout the summer, visit the Race Action Plan page.  

There is nothing more important in policing than ensuring public confidence. As we work to ensure that the operational efforts of Thames Valley Police drive down crime, bring criminals to justice and keep the public safe, it is vital that the police maintain the consent of every community. The force’s Race Action Plan is designed to demonstrate the robustness and openness of Thames Valley Police in treating everyone fairly and with respect and ensuring that each community in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Milton Keynes and Oxfordshire gets the protection it deserves from the police.

Matthew Barber, Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley