Posted on 30th November 2018
Our Police Cadets in Glossop offered road safety advice to residents, and helped keep them safe, during the annual Christmas light switch on in the town.
They were on hand alongside the local Safer Neighbourhood Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team to help with the marshalling at the event, which took place last Saturday (November 24), and also held a stall as part of National Road Safety Week.
Advice and information was available on many different aspects of road safety, and there was an opportunity for people to meet our young volunteers and officers, and speak about any concerns or issues.
PCSO Alan Nield, one of our Police Cadet Leaders in the High Peak, said: “We would like to thank our all our Police Cadets and Police Support Volunteers for giving up their time to volunteer to help with marshalling at the Glossop Christmas light switch on, and for their assistance as part of National Road Safety Week.
“It is great to see them demonstrating their commitment to helping the local community stay safe.”
For more information on volunteering opportunities with Derbyshire police please click here