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Police chief and Norwich MP Chloe Smith to listen to public concerns in Sprowston superstore

PUBLISHED: 07:36 05 April 2017 | UPDATED: 07:36 05 April 2017

Chloe Smith says an inquiry would be lengthy and expensive and money would be better spent on victims.

Chloe Smith says an inquiry would be lengthy and expensive and money would be better spent on victims.

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People will have a chance to raise concerns regarding crime, anti-social behaviour and council issues at a super surgery at a supermarket in Sprowston today.

Norwich North MP Chloe Smith, Norfolk’s police and crime commissioner Lorne Green and Broadland district councillor John Fisher will be at the Tesco store on Blue Boar Lane between 11.30am and 1pm.

It will be a drop-in style surgery for members of the public to see the panel to discuss issues including national, local, crime and anti-social behaviour, and council responsibilities.

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Ms Smith, who has just returned to work following maternity leave, said: “I’m looking forward to holding this super surgery with Lorne Green and John Fisher to include any local residents’ concerns about crime and anti-social behaviour and offer opportunities for the public to tell us what matters most to them where we live.”


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