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South Warwickshire, England.

The Oxhill News

July 2009

This months News

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Safer Neighbourhoods

Rural Police Blog

Welcome to our Rural Police Blog, in this months Blog we will look at Community Forum meetings and how they can be of use to the public and we will also give you the opportunity to find out more about one of our teams members. This months Blog will cover Police Community Support Officer, Andrew Steventon.

Community Forum meetings are an initiative set up by Warwickshire County Council, which are also supported by Warwickshire Police.  They give the general public the opportunity to express community concerns and they also offer an opportunity to the public, for them to hear a little bit about the sort of work, that both the council and the Police are getting involved in.

The meetings consist of a one-hour Police surgery, followed by a presentation by the Shipston Safer Neighbourhood team. At the end of the presentation, members of the public agree to three community priorities. The Police then use these priorities as areas of focus, to satisfy community need. Examples of these priorities include speeding, anti-social behaviour, etc.

The next Community Forum meeting is on Thursday 2nd July 2009, from 1800 to 2000 hrs at Pillerton Priors village hall. For details of future meetings, you can log on to www.safer-neighbourhoods.co.uk.

Meet the team

This months meet the team article introduces Police Community Support Officer, Andrew Steventon.

Andrew is the newest member of our team and is coming from a customer focused retail environment, with over 5 years experience at meeting the needs of the public. Previous job roles also include metal fabricator and welder. Andrew is looking forward to performing the role of a Police Community Support Officer.

Please keep reading our Blog to find out more about our Rural Police SNT and to find out about what we are doing to prevent crime and to protect your community from harm. 

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