Posted on 4th March 2014
Officers from the New Mills and Hayfield Safer Neighbourhood Team will be heading out on the beat to chat to residents about issues affecting their community.
The team will be setting up shop at New Mills Library on Hall Street to listen to the views of residents on local policing as part of targeted Beat Sweep action.
The Beat Sweep drive will involve nine days of pro-active policing to tackle local issues affecting the New Mills and Hayfield communities.
Residents in the area are invited to visit the pop-up surgery which will take place on Friday, March 7 from 2pm. No appointment in needed.
Officers will be on hand to speak to people about improving their personal, home and vehicle security to help to further protect themselves from criminals.
The policing team will also be able to answer any questions on local policing and keep residents updated with police operations and campaigns.
An information display board will be in place at the library from Friday, March 7 until Sunday, March 16 containing information on the local policing team, useful information and contacts, along with crime prevention advice.
To speak to the New Mills and Hayfield Safer Neighbourhood Team call 101, the non-emergency number for Derbyshire police.