Have your say on crime at South Norfolk meeting
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People living in part of Norfolk can have their say on rural crimes including hare coursing at a special meeting tomorrow.
The 'barnstorming' will give members of the public the chance to question police and crime commissioner Lorne Green and a panel of experts.
Illegal metal detecting, online scamming and speeding were just a few of the topics raised by more than 50 residents at the last event, which was held in West Norfolk.
Mr Green said: 'The aim of the Barnstorming event is to give people who live and work in the rural community the opportunity to find out more about what our police are doing to address their concerns about police visibility, to tackle feelings of isolation, help them feel more engaged with their police service and encourage the reporting of rural crime.'
The meeting takes place at World Horse Welfare, Hall Farm, Snetterton between 7.30pm and 9pm.