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Cracking crime in Old Catton

PUBLISHED: 07:12 15 May 2010 | UPDATED: 16:30 01 July 2010

Peter Walsh

Families living in a village near Norwich have a chance to talk about crime and anti-social behaviour in their area at a street meeting today.

Families living in a village near Norwich have a chance to talk about crime and anti-social behaviour in their area at a street meeting today.

Officers from the Sprowston and Spixworth Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) will be pitched outside Budgens at The Paddocks, Old Catton, on Saturdaybetween 3pm and 5pm to note down crimes, listen to residents concerns and offer crime prevention advice.

All issues raised at the street meeting will be dealt with or referred to the next priority meeting being held on Monday at Spixworth MethodistChurch at 7pm and considered as a neighbourhood priority, which will be addressed by police and partner agencies.

To contact the SNT call 0845 456 4567 or e-mail sntsprowstonspixworth@norfolk.pnn.police or text Norfolk Constabulary on 07786 207 777.


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