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Invitation To Stroud Police Community Meeting
Stroud residents are invited to discuss policing issues with officers at their local Police Community Consultative Meeting (PCCM) later this month.
The Stroud Inspector Neighbourhood Area has four PCCMs annually - the latest of which takes place at 7pm on Monday November 27 at Minchinhampton School in School Road, Minchinhampton.
Organised by Gloucestershire Police Authority, PCCMs give the public a chance to discuss any policing issues they may have with a member of the Authority and with officers working in their community.
The feedback obtained during the meetings is used by police to assess their progress, plan future operations and help determine local policing priorities.
The guest speaker at Monday's meeting will be Chief inspector Peter Barrett who will be talking about the National Quality of Service Commitment.
"If you have concerns about crime and disorder in your area come along and tell us about it," said Insp Nick Holmes, of Stroud police.
"For the PCCM to be effective it is important that a wide variety of views are expressed on local policing issues, and everyone involved within the community is invited to attend."
: 20/11/2006 12:35:57
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