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Cheltenham Residents Invited to Meet with Police
Cheltenham town centre residents are invited to join their local police officers at a Police and Community Consultative Meeting on Tuesday, November 21.
The Inspector Neighbourhood Area holds four PCCMs annually and the next will take place at the Hindu Community Centre in Swindon Road, Cheltenham at 7pm.
Organised by Gloucestershire Police Authority, PCCMs give members of the public the chance to discuss any policing issues they may have with a member of the Authority and with officers working in their community in an informal setting.
The feedback obtained from the meetings is used by police to assess their progress, plan future operations and to help determine local policing priorities.
Urging people to come along, Cheltenham Town Centre INA's Inspector Andy Poole said: "I direct Police staff in accordance with the problems I see in Cheltenham town centre. There is no better way than to meet with me face to face to discuss any issues you are having and the possible solutions. I look forward to meeting many residents of the community we serve at the meeting."
The event will include a presentation by a representative of Gloucestershire Constabulary's Hate Crime Unit. There will also be an opportunity to chat informally to your local officers over tea and coffee.
The Cheltenham Town Centre INA covers the All Saints, College, Lansdown, St Paul's and St Peter's areas.
: 14/11/2006 20:08:18
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