Chance to have a say on policing
RESIDENTS in Ramsey and surrounding villages have the chance to have their say on policing in their area by sitting on a new neighbourhood panel. A meeting will be held at Abbey Community College on Monday (November 20) at 7.30pm and will be chaired by I
RESIDENTS in Ramsey and surrounding villages have the chance to have their say on policing in their area by sitting on a new neighbourhood panel.
A meeting will be held at Abbey Community College on Monday (November 20) at 7.30pm and will be chaired by Inspector Laura Hunt and attended by Sector Inspector Angus McNeill.
It is open to residents of Ramsey, Upwood, Warboys, Somersham, Old Hurst, Wood Hurst, Colne, Bury and Pidley.
Residents will appoint members of the panel and discuss the areas they would like to see police focus on.
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Sergeant Jason Cobb, who leads the Ramsey and district team, said: "This is an opportunity for the people of Ramsey and the surrounding villages to take an active role in deciding how their areas will be policed."
The neighbourhood panels will meet quarterly, when officers will provide feedback on their work and look at the local priorities for the next month.
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