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Residents to have say in Loddon

PUBLISHED: 09:28 21 January 2009 | UPDATED: 07:55 01 August 2010

RESIDENTS living in the Loddon area are being invited to have their say at a public meeting and find out how the police are trying to combat anti-social behaviour.

RESIDENTS living in the Loddon area are being invited to have their say at a public meeting and find out how the police are trying to combat anti-social behaviour.

The safer neighbourhood action panel will decide on policing priorities for the next four months at the meeting which will be held at Ditchingham Primary School on January 28 at 7pm.

The meetings are held every four months to give people the chance to air their concerns to the safer neighbourhood police team, South Norfolk Council and other partner agencies.


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