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Police surgeries and community stalls to be held for residents in Ripley

Posted on 3rd December 2014

Residents in Ripley are invited to attend upcoming police surgeries and community stalls to speak to officers about any issues affecting their community.

Officers from the Ripley Town Centre Safer Neighbourhood Team are holding a number of surgeries and community safety stalls for residents.

These will take place in the waiting room area at Ripley Hospital on Sandham Lane, Ripley, between 10am and 1pm on:

  • Tuesday, December 16
  • Thursday, January 15
  • Tuesday, February 17
  • Thursday, March 12
  • Tuesday, April 14
  • Thursday, May 14
  • Thursday, June 18

The policing team will be on hand to speak to people about improving their personal, home and vehicle security to help to further protect themselves from criminals.

Officers will also be able to answer any questions on local policing and keep residents updated with police operations and campaigns.

For more details, or to contact the Ripley Town Centre Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team, call 101 or email

For the latest policing news you can also follow the team on Twitter: @RipleySNT

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