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Community Meeting - Have Your Say

Alert message sent 18/08/2019 17:53:00

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Good Evening
 
I would like to officially invite you all to attend the Kingsbrook and Cauldwell Community Priority Meeting on 11/09/2019. This will be held at the Faraday Centre, Kelvin Avenue, Bedford MK42 9ND and will be running from 7pm-9pm.

For those that may not have attended a Priority Meeting before, this is a fantastic way to meet your Local Policing Team and to find out about what we have been up to for the past 3 months. The priority at the moment is currently tackling the issue of Drugs. We will briefly go over crime that has affected the area, reviewing the statistics and comparing them to the last quarter, aiding your decision to determine what the next priority should be.
Next we will talk about the current priority, outlining what it was and then talk about what we have accomplished in the past 3 months. There will then be a discussion at the end where we will all come together and decide what the next priority should be for the next quarter.
 
This meeting is open to everyone, so if you or anyone you know has had any issues in the Kingsbrook and Cauldwell area, then please feel free to attend. Questions will be held at the end of the presentation (normally before discussing the new priority), but there will also be an opportunity at the end to speak to the Local Policing Team.
 
I hope to see you all there, but if you are unable to make it due to prior commitments, by all means send me an email of any issues you would like raised at the meeting. Also, if you have a spare minute, please fill out this survey - https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BedsPoliceHaveYourSay

This is another way to get your voice heard and will help decide what the next priority should be.
 
Kind Regards,
PCSO 8347
 
Message sent by
Daria Spencer (Police, PCSO, North)

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