Thursday, 28 January 2016

POLICE SURGERY LONG EATON TOWN CENTRE

Long Eaton town centre residents and business owners invited to police surgery. Residents and business owners in Long Eaton town centre are being given the chance to raise any concerns with their local police at the next Safer Neighbourhood surgery. It will take place on Friday, January 29 between 12 midday and 1pm on Long Eaton High Street.
There will be a chance to meet the team and chat to them about any policing issues. No appointment is necessary. PC Claire March (pictured) from the team said: “We are often on foot patrol in the town centre of Long Eaton but this gives residents and business owners the opportunity to know that we will be in this location between these times and come and talk to us about any issues they may have.
At the moment our priorities are thefts from motor vehicles and anti-social behaviour in the town centre so we will be available to talk about what we are doing to try and resolve these issues but also anything else anyone would like to speak to us about.”
For more information or if there is something you would like to raise but cannot attend the surgery, call the Long Eaton Town Safer Neighbourhood Team on 101, the non-emergency number for Derbyshire police, or follow them on Twitter @LongEatonSNT.