Sheringham residents urged to help set policing priorities
People are being encouraged to help set police priorities in Sheringham.
The Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel (SNAP) will allow residents of Sheringham and surrounding parishes to discuss any issues that they may have face-to-face with their local policing team and partner agencies at meeting in Oddfellows Hall on Thursday, from 7pm.
People will also be updated on action taken against existing priorities of high visibility patrols carried out around the Esplanade and the East and West promenades to tackle anti-social behaviour in the summer months, anti-social behaviour surrounding the town centre and town clock and working towards securing a youth shelter for Sheringham.
Following consultation, the panel will decide on policing priorities to act upon for the next three months.
For further information contact Sheringham Safer Neighbourhood Team on 0845 456 4567, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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