Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping is embarking on the first of a series of community walkabouts this week to find out what policing and safety issues are top of the public’s agenda.
The PCC will visit Arboretum on Wednesday morning (27 June) to meet residents and discuss their safety concerns while enjoying a stroll around the neighbourhood.
He will be accompanied by the Neighbourhood Policing Inspector for the area and local councillors from the Arboretum ward who will be on hand to answer questions about problems affecting the area.
The event will get started at the Mary Potter Centre in Gregory Boulevard at 10am and will finish at approximately 12pm.
It will be the first of a number of community walkabouts taking place across Nottinghamshire during the summer months to engage with communities and identify policing issues which impact on fear of crime.
Mr Tipping said: “I’m really looking forward to meeting those who live or work in the area and finding out exactly how police can make their lives better and safer.”
“We’ll be covering a lot of ground over the next few months and I will be feeding the information we collect back to the Chief Constable and partners to address key concerns.”
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Posted on Monday 25th June 2018