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Alert message sent 02/03/2022 15:48:00

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Dear Subscriber,

Thank you to the residents of Cambridge who joined us for our online meeting last night.

For those who were unable to join us this time around, we heard from the Cambridge North team about what they had been doing to tackle county lines drug dealing and noisy motorbikes and anti-social driving since the last meeting in November.

Guest Chair, Jessica Kennedy, talked us through the survey results (see below) before we opened up the floor to residents for further discussion where many of the points already captured were spoken about in more detail.

Results of the survey – a snap shot
We had 264 responses to our online survey, including people from each ward in Cambridge, enabling us to get a good understanding of what is happening in each area and what issues concern you the most.

Drug dealing came out as the most critical issue followed closely by knife crime, anti-social driving and anti-social behaviour.

The main areas of concern were Fen Road, Mill Road, Arbury Road, Kings Hedges Road and Campkin Road.

So what next?
At the end of the meeting we agreed to focus efforts on the below. This will be alongside our daily priorities (which can be viewed here).

Vehicle based anti-social behaviour
Policing visibility
Drug dealing
Specific concerns around anti-social behaviour in Chesterton


Our very genuine desire is to focus the team on the things that are of the highest risk and concern for you, our residents.

The Cambridge Neighbourhood Team will now provide regular updates to these priorities on the force Facebook and Twitter pages over the coming weeks. We will then look to begin this process again with another meeting held in the summer.

Thank you for participating in this process. If you have any concerns in the meantime, visit our website.

Inspector Ed McNeill
Cambridge

 
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