Public invited to help shape policing priorities in Broadland area
- Credit: Ian Burt
People living in Broadland are being invited to help shape policing priorities in their local areas.
Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel (SNAP) meetings give residents the chance to raise any issues or concerns to officers.
It then enables police to decide which areas to focus on for the next three months.
The panel is made up from a wide variety of interested parties, including residents, community group leaders and councillors.
In Sprowston and Old Catton, the current priorities are speeding on St Faith's Road and anti-social behaviour,
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The next meeting is July 17, at 7pm at the Gage Road Chapel on Gage Road.
In the areas around Thorpe St Andrew, Plumstead, Rackheath, Salhouse and Thorpe End the priority is to create more neighbourhood watch networks. The next meeting is June 22, at 7pm at the Morse Pavilion on Laundry Lane, Thorpe St Andrew.
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