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Residents in Chesterfield division invited to meet and chat to local police

Posted on 14th May 2015

Residents in Staveley, Woodthorpe, Poolsbrook, Duckmanton, Inkersall and Mastin Moor are being invited to chat to local police about neighbourhood concerns and pick up crime prevention advice.

PC Adam Case and PCSO Anna Kelsey from the Hollingwood, Inkersall and Duckmanton Safer Neighbourhood Team and PC Patrick Cooney and PCSO Suzanne Cooke from the Staveley beat are set to host a mobile police surgery.

They will be on hand throughout the day on Thursday, May 28, to meet local residents, chat about issues or concerns in the area and offer advice around crime prevention and boosting home, vehicle and personal security.

They will be at the following locations:

• Staveley Market Place and Morrisons car park,  Staveley: 1pm – 2pm;
• Norbriggs Primary School, Woodthorpe and Poolsbrook Primary School: 2.45pm – 3.15pm;
• Peak Stores on Poolsbrook Road, Duckmanton and patrol of the village: 4pm – 5pm;
• Summerskill Green car park, Inkersall and patrol of the area: 6.45pm – 7.45pm;
• Landsbury Store, Mastin Moor and patrol of the village: 8pm – 8.45pm.

Officers hope patrols in Duckmanton, Inkersall and Mastin Moor will help to clamp down on anti-social behaviour (ASB) in the areas. They will be speaking to local youngsters and dealing with any offenders appropriately.

If you are unable to attend the mobile police surgery but would like to have your say, please contact your local Safer Neighbourhood team on 101.

You can also follow @StaveleySNT and @InkersallSNT on Twitter to keep up to date with policing in your area.

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