A seven-year-old from Windsor has penned a letter to Thames Valley Police to thank the force for making him feel safe in the wake of recent attacks in London and Manchester.
The ‘lovely letter’ was tweeted by Chief Constable Francis Habgood. It reads: “Dear Thames Valley Police, I just wanted to say thank you for protecting our community when there have been some attacks.
“I was very scared but when I knew the police and army were involved I was less scared.
“I am a local school boy in the area of Windsor and I am pleased with the safety.”
Security measures have increased in Windsor, with Changing the Guard ceremony being scaled back and barriers being installed at town centre locations, including the junction of Park Street, Thames Street and High Street, following the Manchester attack.
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