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South Yarmouth policing meeting

PUBLISHED: 17:51 18 January 2011

RESIDENTS living in the South Yarmouth area will get the opportunity to have their say on policing priorities next week.

The local Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel (SNAP) meeting will take place at St James Hall, on Admiralty Road, from 11.45am on Tuesday, January 25.

The team’s current priorities are:

Target anti-social behaviour in Louise Close

Raise awareness about the dangers of bin fires

Reducing alcohol harm over the festive period

Local residents will be able to raise issues or concerns they feel should be prioritised and up to three priorities will be chosen.

People are invited to have a say on local policing priorities discuss actions taken to tackle them. For more information visit www.norfolk.police.uk.

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