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Dereham people given say on policing

PUBLISHED: 17:51 06 July 2009 | UPDATED: 15:17 07 July 2010

Ian Clarke

People in the Dereham area are being asked to have their say on what should be the priorities for local police.

The Community Action Group (CAG) is a public meeting where residents can meet officers and their partners such as Breckland Council and give their opinions on issues which affect the local area.

People in the Dereham area are to have their say on what should be the priorities for local police.

The Community Action Group (CAG) is holding a public meeting where residents can meet officers and their partners such as Breckland Council and give their opinions on issues which affect the local area.

The next meeting is on July 15 at Breckland Council's offices in Dereham, at 7pm. The last three priorities were anti-social behaviour in Toftwood, especially around Pond Park, Limassol Road, Vienna Walk, Strasbourg Way and Hillcrest Avenue; anti-social driving around Dereham town centre, especially Cowper Road, Crown Road, High Street, Church Street and Norwich Street; and also motorbikes being used behind Bullock Park, Shipdham.


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