New panel aims to crack crime

PUBLISHED: 11:51 20 April 2006 | UPDATED: 14:40 12 May 2010

A NEIGHBOURHOOD panel which aims to help combat crime and disorder in Buntingford is due to meet for the first time shortly. The panel is a joint venture between the police, Freman College, the Buntingford Chamber of Commerce and the Buntingford Civic Soc

A NEIGHBOURHOOD panel which aims to help combat crime and disorder in Buntingford is due to meet for the first time shortly.

The panel is a joint venture between the police, Freman College, the Buntingford Chamber of Commerce and the Buntingford Civic Society.

It will identify key police priorities in the town and give residents input into prioritising issues.

The panel will consist of six members and include a councillor and retailer. It will meet on a bi-monthly basis.

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