Families get the chance to change policing priorities in Attleborough

PUBLISHED: 10:33 13 June 2018

File police photo. Picture Archant.

File police photo. Picture Archant.


Families living in a Norfolk town are being urged to have their say on crime in the area.

A Safer Neighbourhood Action Panel (SNAP) meeting for the Attleborough area will take place in the town later this month.

The meeting, which takes place at Attleborough Police Station at 11am on Thursday, June 28, will give people the chance to raise any issues or concerns they may have about where they live.

They will be able to voice their concerns to panel members made up of representatives from the police, district council and other agencies.

People attending the meeting will also have the chance to change current policing priorities in the area.

The current priority is tackling inconsiderate parking around Great Ellingham Primary School, East Harling Primary School and Rosecroft Primary School in Attleborough.

To contact your SNT call 101.

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