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Heage residents invited to have their say on local policing

Posted on 23rd February 2015

Residents in Heage are being invited to have their say on neighbourhood issues to help set policing priorities for the next three months.  

Officers from the Heage Safer Neighbourhood Team are hosting a panel meeting at Ambergate Chip Shop on Toadmoor Lane in Ambergate, on Thursday, March 5 from 6.30pm to 7.30pm.

The event will give local residents the chance to chat to officers about issues in their area and feedback given will help police to set priorities for the following three months.

Current priorities for Heage are road safety, including speeding and parking outside schools throughout the area and boosting home security.

PCSO Scott Hunt from the Heage Safer Neighbourhood Team said: “We’re working alongside local residents to clamp down on issues that are a concern to them. We want to know about problems or disruptions to the community in Heage and welcome everyone to attend the meeting next month to have their say. Public feedback helps to set policing agendas to work towards and make life in the community happier and safer for everyone.”

If you are unable to attend the meeting and want to have your say on local issues, contact the team on 101.

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