March residents will get to share their concerns about crime and policing at Town Hall neighbourhood forum

08:00 03 January 2013

Cambridgeshire Police

Cambridgeshire Police

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MARCH residents will get their say on crime and policing issues at a neighbourhood forum next Monday.

Members of the district policing teams will be available at the event on January 7 to answer questions and respond to any concerns.

Policing Team members and Fenland District Council representatives will also be in Broad Street, March, on that date from noon until 6.30pm to canvass as many views as possible.

Police Community Support Officer Rachael Cheverton said: “This is an excellent opportunity for people to come and meet their local policing team in an informal way and to raise any issues or concerns they have about their neighbourhood which we can address with partner agencies if required.”

There will be an opportunity for residents to speak to police and local councillors at March Town Council, Town Hall, The Market Place from 6.30pm to 7pm.

Representatives from both district and county councils will discuss community issues appropriate to them.

Members of the public will be invited to complete a short questionnaire, the results of which will be used to identify community concerns and influence the multi-agency response.

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