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Beat bobby sets sights on community projects after joining Fairfield team

Posted on 4th July 2013
SteveBlore PC Steve Blore

Fairfield Safer Neighbourhood Team has a new bobby on the beat – and he says he is looking forward to getting stuck into local projects.

PC Steve Blore is the newest member of the team and joins PCSO Michaela Daniels in looking after the area.

The 35-year-old, who has spent more than three years working as an officer in Buxton, joined the team last month.

Since then, he has been out on the beat and attending meetings to get to know the area better, and wants to get involved with schemes including the community skate park project.

PC Blore said: “I wanted to be proactive and to get more involved in the issues that affect local people, which is why I was really keen to join the Fairfield team.

“I’ve been out and about, finding out what’s causing people problems and working on solutions to make things better.

“There are some great community initiatives for me to get involved in, too, such as fund-raising for the local skate park.

“It’s a great area to work in and one that I’m looking forward to serving.”

PC Blore replaces PC Graham Mason, who has joined Hope Valley Safer Neighbourhood Team.

The father-of-two, who hails from the Leek area, previously worked as a casino supplier before joining Derbyshire Constabulary three years ago.

To get in touch with PC Blore, contact Fairfield Safer Neighbourhood Team on 101.

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