Police in the Thames Valley are having a 100 Days of Action - a new initiative aimed at tackling countryside crime.
From next Tuesday officers will be in Cheddington and Wingrave, and visiting farms and golf clubs in the area in a major crackdown of thefts and vandalism in rural areas.
There will be door-to-door visits in Cheddington by police and a team from Aylesbury Vale District Council and a day later they will be visiting farms to complete security surveys and to deliver a recipe for crime reduction which will include cookies for the farmers doing the harvest.
Next Thursday the teams will be visiting addresses in Wingrave in an effort to sign up the whole village to Thames Valley Alerts.
James Davies, Rural Neighbourhood Inspector, said: “100 days of action is about highlighting this activity so you know what is going on both in your local area and across the Thames Valley.
“We will be conducting numerous proactive operations in various areas, including some cross border work with other forces. Part of this will be intelligence led proactive operations aimed at dealing with rural crime, and targeting known offenders.
“In addition local landowners, game-keepers etc will be provided with police radios so they can contact the proactive teams directly to alert them to any suspicious activity.”