The Safer Neighbourhood Group Meeting for Woodfield & Bilton is set to take place on Thursday evening, 21 March 2013.
The event is being held at Harrogate Fire Station and starts at 7pm and is free to attend.
PC Dan Walker said:
Safer Neighbourhood Group meetings are held every four months and are an opportunity for the general public to be able to share their views, concerns and grievances with representatives of the agencies dedicated to the provision of services, the maintenance, and the protection of their communities.
From our perspective, these meetings offer the Police the chance to personally update the community on current crime statistics and initiatives, and help us to identify priority issues for the coming months.
Cat Park Peyton, is the secretary of the Safer Neighbourhood Group and also a member of exec committee of the Harrogate District Neighbourhood Watch Association.
This is an open meeting and anyone can attend.
It is your chance to express your opinion or raise concerns about local issues or worries you may have.
Representatives from the council, police, fire brigade and other organisations such as the harrogate and district neighbourhood watch association will be attending.
It’s a friendly and informal meeting and it helps the police prioritise issues within the Bilton and Woodfield area.
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