Police to hold neighbourhood panel meetings

PUBLISHED: 17:21 17 July 2009 | UPDATED: 16:04 11 May 2010

POLICE are holding two neighbourhood panel meetings next week. 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

POLICE are holding two neighbourhood panel meetings next week.

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.

The Bassingbourn panel will meet at Bassingbourn Village College, and is open to residents of Foxton, Melbourn, Bassingbourn and surrounding villages.

The following night (Wednesday July 22), the Gamlingay area panel meets at 7.30pm at Haslingfield Village Hall. This is open to residents of Haslingfield, Orwell, Gamlingay and surrounding villages.


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