Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping will be on walkabout around Arnold to meet local people and find out their views on crime.
The starting point will be Jubilee House, Nottingham Road, Daybrook, NG5 6JQ at 11am on Monday July 15 and he will be accompanied by members of the local neighbourhood policing team and local councillors.
They will be able to talk to residents about the issues impacting their area and their public safety priorities as well as discuss the multiagency work underway to reduce crime across the county.
The walkabout will take in Arnot Hill Park and the site of the damage caused by arson a few months ago - for which two individuals were arrested. They will then progress along Nottingham Road and into Front Street and will walk as far as Smithy Crescent to witness the result of partnership work around anti-social behaviour (installation of new CCTV at a hotspot location).
“This is a great opportunity to raise any concerns about crime people may have or contribute their ideas for making life better in the community,” said Mr Tipping.
“Arnold is a good place to live but working with partners we are determined to make it better and safer, and it is very important to me to listen to what people have to say so together we can continue to develop the right solutions.”
The PCC will host a number of community walkabouts during the summer months to engage with communities and identify safety issues which impact on fear of crime.
Key issues will be fed back to neighbourhood policing teams to address.
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Posted on Tuesday 9th July 2019