Police drop-in surgeries planned in Cranbrook

PUBLISHED: 11:45 16 October 2018 | UPDATED: 11:45 16 October 2018

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Police drop-in surgeries have been set up in Cranbrook to allow residents to raise concerns and meet local officers.

A member of Cranbrook’s policing team will be available to meet in the foyer of the Younghayes Centre across the next two months, subject to availability.

Next month, an officer should be at the Younghayes Centre on Saturday, November 3, from 1pm to 2pm. They are planned to return on December 1 at the same place and time.

A spokeswoman for Cranbrook Town Council said: “Please do come and make use of these sessions, which will be a great opportunity to raise any concerns you might have and to meet local officers.”

Cranbrook Town Council has approached the chief constable to request a permanent neighbourhood beat manager. The authority has been dealing with several issues including anti-social driving and unruly behaviour at night.

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