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Stalham police priorities set

PUBLISHED: 14:42 26 February 2009 | UPDATED: 13:08 03 July 2010

POLICE have been set three new priorities to tackle crime in the Stalham area.

The Stalham safer neighbourhood priority setting meeting has set two priorities for Hoveton- tackling vehicles parking outside the front gate of St John's Primary School and dealing with parking violations, particularly the disabled bay outside McDonald's.

POLICE have been set three new priorities to tackle crime in the Stalham area.

The Stalham safer neighbourhood priority setting meeting has set two priorities for Hoveton- tackling vehicles parking outside the front gate of St John's Primary School and dealing with parking violations, particularly the disabled bay outside McDonald's.

The third was to tackle anti-social behaviour around Horning Village Hall and play area.

The priorities were set at a meeting at Tesco's in Stalham on February 23.


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