We want to hear about your Community Meetings

Alert message sent 31/10/2020 08:35:00

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Salisbury Police want to hear about your Community Meetings!
We appreciate that public assemblies such as Neighbourhood Watch meetings, Parish Council meetings, and other community consultations may have been restricted or cancelled altogether during the pandemic.
Fortunately we have been able to utilise technology during this time to facilitate most of our consultations, but we suspect that some areas of our community may not be getting the level of contact from Police that they once had due to social distancing measures or having to self-isolate.
It’s important that we stay in contact with all parts of our community, so we’d like to reach out to those that would like some engagement from their local Police at meetings. If you are hosting a virtual community meeting and think it could benefit from the attendance of a representative from your local Community Policing Team, then we’d like to hear from you.
If you have an established virtual meeting that you would like us to attend, or if you would like to speak to us about upgrading your meeting to being virtual to facilitate Police attendance, then please send the details to: SalisburyAreaCPT@wiltshire.pnn.police.uk and one of our Neighbourhood Team will be in touch with you.
Alternatively, keep an eye on our social media as we will be looking to host Q&A sessions on our Facebook Page so that you can ask us questions about local Policing issues.
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Jack Billington (Police, Neighbourhood PC, CPT Salisbury)

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