Police and Crime Commissioner Sir Graham Bright to open new police contact point at St Neots supermarket

Sir Graham Bright.

Sir Graham Bright. - Credit: Archant

Residents will be able to stop by a police contact point at Tesco in St Neots and voice their concerns or seek advice from this week.

The facility will be opened at the Barford Road store on Wednesday (February 4) by Cambridgeshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Sir Graham Bright. He will be joined by outreach worker for his office Beka Avery, members of the St Neots policing team, and a Tesco representative who is also called Graham Bright for the visit from 2pm-3.30pm.

The contact point will be regulary staffed and will be available to those who drop by.

Sir Graham said: “This is about listening to the public and further increasing the visibility and accessibility of police officers. People can come along to discuss any issues or concerns they want to see being addressed within the St Neots area.”


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