Pub­lic help set po­lice pri­or­i­ties

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Uk&world Update -

TACK­LING speed­ing, anti-so­cial be­hav­iour and park­ing prob­lems have been set as pri­or­i­ties for po­lice by res­i­dents at panel meet­ings.

The meet­ings were held this week - one for res­i­dents of ru­ral Eye, Thor­ney, New­bor­ough and Peakirk and the other for the ur­ban ar­eas of Wer­ring­ton, Pas­ton, Gun­thorpe and Wal­ton.

The meet­ings, which take place ev­ery three months, give res­i­dents a chance to raise is­sues and con­cerns with po­lice and part­ner agen­cies.

The pri­or­i­ties set at the ru­ral meet­ing were to deal with anti so­cial be­hav­iour on the High Street and Bath Road in Eye; speed­ing on the B1443 Thor­ney Road and the Wer­ring­ton Bridge Road and tackle anti so­cial be­hav­iour in Thor­ney Park, Thor­ney.

The pri­or­i­ties set at the ur­ban meet­ing were to tackle anti so­cial be­hav­iour in Crabtree, Sheep­walk, Ring­stead Road and Stowe­hill Road, Pas­ton; deal with anti so­cial be­hav­iour in Mor­land Court and the Wer­ring­ton Cen­tre and clamp down on prob­lem park­ing in Carron Drive, Hythe­gate, and Wy­cliffe Grove, Wer­ring­ton.

Peo­ple can stay in touch with their lo­cal neigh­bour­hood polic­ing teams by sign­ing up to the e-cops scheme, which pro­vides email up­dates on crime and po­lice ac­tiv­ity.

Peo­ple can find out more by vis­it­ing the Cam­bridgeshire po­lice web­site at www.cambs.po­ and click­ing on My Neigh­bour­hood.

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