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Filby police priorities set

PUBLISHED: 14:38 10 March 2009 | UPDATED: 13:16 03 July 2010

POLICE have been set three new priorities for Filby following a meeting earlier this month.

The village's Safer Neighbourhood Team will be tackling thefts of heating oil and diesel as well as bogus callers calling on vulnerable people.

POLICE have been set three new priorities for Filby following a meeting earlier this month.

The village's Safer Neighbourhood Team will be tackling thefts of heating oil and diesel as well as bogus callers calling on vulnerable people.

The priorities were agreed at the meeting of the village's Key Individual Network (KIN) at Filby Village Hall on March 4.

The KIN also heard the results of the previous priority setting meeting, including crime prevention work for heating oil and diesel thefts, winter vehicle safety education work and parking issues near Broadland Fuels in Martham.


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