Caister police priority setting meeting
PEOPLE in Caister and coastal villages can have their say on local policing at a meeting next week. The next priority setting meeting takes place 7pm on Tuesday, May 4, at the Old Hall, Caister.
PEOPLE in Caister and coastal villages can have their say on local policing at a meeting next week.
The next priority setting meeting takes place 7pm on Tuesday, May 4, at the Old Hall, Caister.
The team's current priorities are:
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Three priorities will be chosen that the safer neighbourhood team will focus on for the next three months.
Sgt Andy Brown, from Caister and Coastal SNT, said: “It is important that people attending the meeting speak to members of their community beforehand in order to establish what concerns they may have and then discuss them at the meeting.”
The team covers Caister, Hemsby, Scratby, Ormesby St Margaret, and Winterton.
Contact: 0845 456 4567 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.