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Alert message sent 06/04/2022 14:46:00

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Dear residents,

At the beginning of the year we invited you to take part in a new engagement model to allow greater opportunity for two-way communications between you as residents and police.

We had 165 residents across South Cambs fill in an online survey allowing us to understand what crime is happening in the area.

Then on 1 February we held our first online engagement meeting which saw residents from the area attend to ask questions of the team and have their say on policing priorities in the area.

Over the past few months we’ve been focusing locally on:
  • Anti-social behaviour
  • Speeding
  • Anti-social driving
  • Drug dealing
We’re now getting ready to hold the engagement process again. We once again invite you to fill in our online survey so we can understand what’s happening in your area.

We’ll then meet again online, on 5 May, where we will have a presentation on recent policing activity from the team, we’ll listen to concerns, present the result of results of the survey and allow you to once again shape the police activity. Please register your attendance here.

After the meeting, your neighbourhood policing team will work on the matters we agree and update you with the progress over the coming weeks and months.

We hope you will get on board with this pilot once again so we can work together to create a Safer Cambridgeshire.

We look forward to hearing from you during the process.

Inspector Shane Fasey
South Cambs
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Tara Dundon (Police, Comms officer, Corp comms)

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