Neighbourhood policing meetings being held in Bassingbourn and Haslingfield next week

PUBLISHED: 12:04 16 January 2010 | UPDATED: 16:14 11 May 2010

TWO neighbourhood policing meetings are taking place in Crow Country next week. Residents will be able to officers working in their area at the meetings in Bassingbourn and Haslingfield. A police spokesman said: The meetings, which take place every three

TWO neighbourhood policing meetings are taking place in Crow Country next week.

Residents will be able to officers working in their area at the meetings in Bassingbourn and Haslingfield.

A police spokesman said: "The meetings, which take place every three months, give residents a chance to raise issues and concerns with police and partner agencies. "Residents will also hear how police have been working towards priorities set at the previous meeting. New priorities for the coming three months will then be chosen."

A surgery for residents of Bassingbourn and Melbourn is being held at Bassingbourn Village College next Tuesday, January 19, starting at 7.30pm.

The following day, Wednesday January 20, a similar meeting will take place at Haslingfield Village hall for people living in Gamlingay, Haslingfield, and the villages in between. This also begins at 7.30pm.


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