Bid to make Caister safer
Anthony CarrollCaister police have set themselves three priorities in making the area a safe and crime free place to live for the next three months following a meeting with residents.Anthony Carroll
Caister police have set themselves three priorities in making the area a safe and crime free place to live for the next three months following a meeting with residents.
The Caister and coastal safer neighbourhood team will focus on illegal parking on pathways and green verges at Norwich Road in Caister, Beach Road in Winterton and North Road in Hemsby.
Officers' second priority will be to tackle dangerous driving at the roundabout at Hemsby's Kingsway and Winterton Road junction.
The final priority will focus on antisocial behaviour around Caister's council hall.
You may also want to watch:
The three priorities were set during a public meeting with police last Tuesday. The next priority policing meeting will be on August 7.
- 1 Greek chain looks set to take over former Giraffe restaurant
- 2 New pasta and cocktail bar to open in Norwich
- 3 Norwich Covid-19 case rate halves in just one week
- 4 Buy a former 1950s police station for sale for £330,000
- 5 Emma Thompson and Daryl McCormack arrive in Norwich for filming
- 6 Seven peaceful spots in Norwich to meet your bubble
- 7 Call for action over broken glass in playground sand
- 8 A small gesture that shows why Norwich City are a class apart
- 9 Former high street Georgian shop for sale as renovation project
- 10 Driver fined after leaving queue before entering Co-Op