Acle families' chance to shape policing priorities
Anthony CarrollFamilies in Acle and surrounding villages can help shape policing priorities in their communities by attending a public meeting on Wednesday night.Anthony Carroll
Families in Acle and surrounding villages can help shape policing priorities in their communities by attending a public meeting on Wednesday night.
The meeting of the safer neighbourhood action panel will offer people the chance to discuss any issues they may have with their local policing team and partner agencies.
Panel members will then decide on policing priorities for the next three months.
Wednesday's meeting will be held at 7.30pm at Acle's Methodist Church.
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