Students to get police insight

PUBLISHED: 12:31 27 April 2007 | UPDATED: 22:46 28 May 2010

STUDENTS from Neale Wade Community College, March, are being given the chance to meet their local police officers. PCSOs from March neighbourhood police team will run a series of drop-in services for students every other Thursday. The first service was du

STUDENTS from Neale Wade Community College, March, are being given the chance to meet their local police officers.

PCSOs from March neighbourhood police team will run a series of drop-in services for students every other Thursday. The first service was due to take place yesterday to discuss issues such as bullying.

PCSO Anita Radley said: "Young people are a hard group for the police to reach as they do not tend to come along to public meetings or regularly communicate with officers, which is why we felt the drop-in service is so important. It is essential that we know the issues and concerns facing young people in March."

A free mobile phone security marking service will also be on offer to the students.


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