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local priorities for central luton

Alert message sent 12/04/2019 09:38:00

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Sgt John Killick and Inspector Annita Clarke held the Central Community Priority Setting meeting last night.
The new priorities for our Central Policing team have been set as Drug Dealing, Speeding ad Burglary Dwelling – specifically in BISCOT, SAINTS and DALLOW.
 
There will be some excellent engagement opportunities in the area enabling the police and community to discuss Burglary Dwelling and establish means for residents to protect their own properties in the coming months and and to this end, the police will carry out some crime prevention surgeries and to combat some fears the public in those areas around burglaries. 
 
There is an engagement planned for Saturday 13th May in the CO-OP in BISCOT ROAD. This can be used for a Crime prevention surgery in regards to Burglaries.
Other suitable venues will be located in DALLOW and in Saints for a similar events to be held.

The police would like to thank all of those who attended last night and contributed to the local priority setting. It is important for you to provide your views and opinions in relation to what is affecting you in the area and discover what the community and the police can do together to address these concerns.

 
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Annita Clarke (Police, Insp, Luton)

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