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Have your say on local policing

PUBLISHED: 17:11 25 June 2009 | UPDATED: 14:15 03 July 2010

RESIDENTS in Gorleston are being asked for their views on the service provided by local police.

The Community Confidence Panel, which holds regular meetings, gives people the chance to have their say on experiences with police and their expectations of the force.

RESIDENTS in Gorleston are being asked for their views on the service provided by local police.

The Community Confidence Panel, which holds regular meetings, gives people the chance to have their say on experiences with police and their expectations of the force.

Inspector Richard Graveling, head of Gorleston safer neighbourhood team, said the meetings offered vital feedback on the quality of service offered and how it could be improved.

Anyone interested in taking part in these meetings should contact the team on 0845 456 4567.

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