Have your say on local crime issues
- Credit: South Norfolk Police
People in Great Yarmouth and Caister who have issues with crime in their communities can raise them with police later this month.
Great Yarmouth Police are staging a series of what they call Safety Neighbourhood Team Engagement Surgery sessions.
Each session lasts an hour or two hours and will see a beat manager available for people to talk to.
The first one is on Monday, November 15 at Yarmouth's Sainsbury's store between 4pm and 5pm.
Then on Tuesday, November 16 a session will be held at the town's Asda store between 4pm and 5pm.
On Wednesday, November 17 a beat manager will be at the Caister Tesco store between 10am and noon.
On Thursday, November 18 there are two sessions - 10am to noon at the Caister Co-op and 11am to noon at Yarmouth's St George's Park.
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Then on Friday, November 19 a surgery will be held at Regent Street in Yarmouth between 11am and noon.
Follow Great Yarmouth Police on Facebook for information on other sessions the following days.