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Mobile police surgeries set to visit Shirland, Stonebroom, Wessington and Pilsley

Posted on 1st April 2015

Safer Neighbourhood officers will be heading out on the road to host a number of drop-in police surgeries for local residents.

Over the coming months, the South Eastern Safer Neighbourhood Team will be hosting community surgeries to give residents the chance to chat with them about any issues affecting their community.

During the visits, officers will be on hand to chat to residents about any local issues, along with offering steps that they can take to further protect themselves from criminals.

The mobile police surgeries will visit Shirland, Stonebroom, Wessington, Pilsley and Morton. They are set to take place on:

Monday, April 27 at:

  • Pit Lane in Shirland: 3.30pm – 4.30pm;
  • Staffa Health on Birkinstyle Lane in Stonebroom: 4.45pm – 5.45pm.

Wednesday, July 1 at:

  • Church Street in Pilsley: 3.30pm – 4.30pm;
  • Back Lane in Wessington: 4.45pm – 5.45pm.

Thursday, October 22:

  • Pit Lane in Shirland: 3.30pm – 4.30pm;
  • Sitwell Arms on Main Road, Morton: 4.45pm – 5.45pm.

Thursday, December 17:

  • Church Street in Pilsley: 3.30pm – 4.30pm;
  • Staffa Health on Birkinstyle Lane in Stonebroom: 4.45pm – 5.45pm.

PCSO Kate Hodnett from the North Wingfield, Pilsley, Stonebroom and Shirland Safer Neighbourhood Team said: “These surgeries are all about listening to the views of our local residents to help to improve any neighbourhood issues that they may have.

“We will also be offering crime prevention advice to residents to help them to stay safe and improve their home and vehicle security. I hope to see as many residents on the days as we can.”

For more information about the mobile surgery events, call PCSO Kate Hodnett on 101.

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