Neighbourhood Action Group (NAG)
A Neighbourhood Action Group (NAG) was formed in 2008 jointly with Castlethorpe and Haversham villages. It aims to resolve neighbourhood problems that may not simply be a matter for the police. The current priorities are speeding, parking and dog fouling.
Milton Keynes Council officers, Parish Councillors and local residents also sit on the NAG together with our local police officers and a senior officer. The Hanslope members of the NAG are:
- Dorothy Courtman (Chair)
- Tony Mobley (Dep. Chair)
- Sheila Mobley (Parish Councillor)
- Carol Hayward (Parish Councillor)
- Gavin Lancaster (Parish Councillor)
The NAG meetings are open to all. Minutes from NAG meetings are published here:
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Castlethorpe Parish Councillor Philip Ayles is the representative for Milton Keynes Rural Parish and Town Councils on the ‘Responsible Authorities Group’ which is the statutory body responsible for multi-organisational initiatives to make Milton Keynes safer by reducing crime and anti-social behaviour and tackling drug and alcohol misuse and the fear of crime.
The Responsible Authorities are Thames Valley Police, Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service, Milton Keynes Primary Care Trust, Thames Valley Police Authority and Milton Keynes Council.
For more information visit the SaferMK web site which has a Community Safety mapping facility so you can now see the various levels of crime in different parts of MK.
The Thames Valley Police link to MK Rural West Neighbourhood – site gives details of priorities, local initiatives and recent activities.