Chance to influence policing priorities in Thorpe St Andrew and Sprowston

PUBLISHED: 11:26 21 May 2018

File police photo. Picture: Ian Burt.

File police photo. Picture: Ian Burt.

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Families will be able to raise concerns about crime in their area at meetings taking place in the next few weeks.

People living in the Thorpe St Andrew area will be able to have their say on crime at a Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel (SNAP) meeting taking place at the Morse Pavilion, Laundry Lane, on Wednesday, June 20.

The meeting, which takes place at 7pm between 7pm and 9pm, will give people the chance to raise any issues they might have about where they live and speak to panel members made up of representatives from the police, district council and other agencies.

Meanwhile a SNAP meeting for people living in the Sprowston area will take place at the Gadge Road Chapel on Monday, July 16 between 7pm and 9pm.

People who attend the public meetings will have a chance to influence local policing priorities for the next few months.

To contact your SNT call police on 101.

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