Fenland to get its own outreach worker as part of commissioner’s bid to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour

Sir Graham Bright.

Sir Graham Bright. - Credit: Archant

Cambridgeshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Sir Graham Bright is on the lookout for an outreach worker for Fenland.

The role, which will pay up to £23,790, will involve meeting people and community groups in Fenland and Peterborough to discuss ways of tackling crime and anti-social behaviour.

The job description says: “Sir Graham Bright is looking for a committed individual to join his busy team in the role of outreach worker for the areas of Peterborough and Fenland.

“A core responsibility of this role is to listen to the public as individuals and collectively, such as parish councils, and to work in partnership with local agencies and voluntary organisations to identify and deliver shared solutions to local crime and anti-social behaviour problems.”

For more information about the role, go to www.cambridgeshire-pcc.gov.uk/vacancies/outreach-worker

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