Villagers help to decide policing priorities
RESIDENTS in Eynesbury will today (Wednesday) be given the chance to get involved in setting the policing agenda for their village. The area s first neighbourhood panel meeting will be held in the sixth form common room at St Neots Community College at 7.
RESIDENTS in Eynesbury will today (Wednesday) be given the chance to get involved in setting the policing agenda for their village.
The area's first neighbourhood panel meeting will be held in the sixth form common room at St Neots Community College at 7.30pm and will be attended by Chief Inspector Laura Hunt, Sgt Dave Griffin and his team.
The Eynesbury neighbourhood policing team has already been dealing with drugs, anti-social behaviour and vehicle crime in the village as well as speaking to residents and councillors for the past six months.
Sgt Griffin said: "We have worked hard over the past six months to reduce crime in the area and will continue to actively pursue those involved in criminal activity in Eynesbury.
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"Residents now have an opportunity to get involved in this work by helping us to decide our priorities for the next three months."
The panel meeting will include a presentation about neighbourhood policing and an overview of how the panel works.
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The meeting will then be open to the public to discuss policing priorities.