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PACT Meeting tonight

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Good Afternoon Citizen

Just a quick note to say that there is a PACT this evening at Newhampton Arts from 7pm.

Address
Newhampton Arts Centre:
Dunkley Street,
Wolverhampton,
WV1 4AN

PACT (Partners and Communities Together) is a partnership meeting which gives residents of Wolverhampton an opportunity to regularly meet with their Neighbourhood Safety Coordinator, local policing team and other local partners with the aim to tackle crime and community safety concerns at a local level.

Meetings are held on a Bi-monthly basis, and take place in every ward area across Wolverhampton. Meeting times are rotated to cater for all residents so that they are able to attend at times convenient to them.

The meetings provides communities a forum to influence what happens in their neighbourhood and facilitates partnership working between local agencies and residents.

At the meeting residents will:

* Be informed about the performance of local policing teams
* Meet representatives from the police and council
* Receive feedback on priority issues
* Have opportunities to raise issues, ask questions and seek help on individual or community wide problems
* The meetings are open for any local residents to come along and attend.


Kind Regards

PCSO Lee Haynes 31115
Police Community Support Officer
St Peters, Park and Graiseley Wards, Wolverhampton LPU
West Midlands Police
Twitter - @StPetersWMP

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