Manea and Chatteris residents identify main crime issues

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SPEEDING and Anti-Social Behaviour have been named as two of the top policing issues affecting Chatteris and Manea.

Residents told officers about their concerns in a questionnaire handed out at the Fenland Community Safety Partnership’s Crimebuster bus when it visited the Royal British Legion Hall in East Street, Manea on Monday (August 13).

They also had a chance to speak to police, councillors and council representatives about the issues in more detail.

Sergeant Alan Boughen said: “We will now tackle the issues they have identified as being of most concern and report back the results at the next neighbourhood forum.”


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