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Tansley residents invited to have their say at upcoming police surgeries

Posted on 13th February 2014

Officers will be heading out on the road to chat to residents about issues affecting their community at upcoming surgeries.

The Matlock Safer Neighbourhood Team will be running police drop-in sessions from March to June to listen to the views of the community on local policing.

The team will be heading out on the road in the mobile police station for the surgeries and will be based around the Village Hall.

The drop-in meetings are designed to give people the chance to raise concerns with officers and to help set neighbourhood policing priorities for their area.

The team will be on hand to give out crime prevention advice and keep local residents updated about police operations and campaigns.

Police will be on hand to chat to residents about any local issues, police operations and campaigns, along with offering steps that they can take to further protect themselves against criminals.

Dates have now been set for police surgeries from March to June 2014:



Sunday, March 2

3pm – 4pm

Saturday, March 15

4pm – 5pm

Saturday, April 5

2pm – 3pm

Saturday, April 26

2pm – 3pm

Saturday, May 31

6pm – 7pm

Saturday, June 28

6pm – 7pm

For more information or if there is something you would like to raise but cannot attend the surgery call 101, the non-emergency number for Derbyshire police.

Alternatively, email the team at

Do you need a quick answer to a general question? Then we recommend you visit the national Ask The Police web site.