Speeding and anti-social behaviour are new policing priorities in Cromer

11:04 28 September 2012

Police say there are no suspicious circumstances.

Police say there are no suspicious circumstances.

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Speeding motorists and anti-social behaviour are to be targeted by police in Cromer.

A new Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel (SNAP) has set out its priorities for the town. They include tackling anti-social behaviour in the Cromer area in the late afternoons and reducing dangerous driving and speeding on the Metton road to Cromer town centre and on the A149 between East and West Runton

The panel, made up of representatives from the police, town and parish councils, local schools, businesses, charities and partner agencies met for the first time on September 18 after the previous panel was disbanded before the summer.

A series of police surgery dates were also planned:

The White Horse Pub, East Runton, October 22, 10am.

The White Horse Pub, East Runton, November 21, 10am.

The Hurn, West Runton, October 2, 10am.

The Hurn, West Runton, November 1, 10am.

Starling Drive, Sidestrand, October 19, 10am.

High Street, Overstrand, October 29, 10am.

Pilgrim Shelter Car Park, Trimingham, October 30, 10am.

Near the Post Office, Aldborough, October 25, 10am.

Near St Marys School, Roughton, October 26, 10am.

Call 101 or visit to contact the Cromer safer neighbourhood team.

1 comment

  • Coming down rigorously on anti-social behaviour is always right. Can't say I've noticed speeding as a problem, but have encountered some very old drivers on tractors and diggers on that stretch of road. Do these large vehicles need tax and insurance, and isn't there an age limit to drive such monsters?

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