Stapleford Community Safety Week.‏

scsA week of action is set to take place from Monday 22nd until Friday 26th February at various locations around Stapleford, this is your chance to help make a difference.

Are YOU fed up of noisy neighbours or neighbours who continue to make a mess where you live?

Are YOU fed up with people selling drugs?

Are YOU fed up of anti social behaviour taking place where you live?

Then come and talk to members of the Stapleford Police Team and Officers from Broxtowe Borough Council and Councillor Richard MacRae who will be out in Stapleford at various locations all week.

A Mobile Police Van will be on Brookhill Street on Monday where you drop by for a chat.

The Mobile Police Van will also be at a location to be confirmed on Tuesday between 9 am and 1 pm.

We are having an area within the Health Centre on Church Street between 11 am and 1 pm along with some council representatives.

Wednesday we will be out and about from 9 am until 4 pm at various locations to be confirmed.

Thursday the Mobile Station will be rotated into different venues between 9 am and 4 pm. Information stand, Advice and signposting for; Domestic Violence / Smoking / Drugs & Alcohol / Strays / Microchip / ENV ASB / Hate Crime / Crime Prevention / Fuel Poverty / Childrens Services Giveaways inc Police timers at the Health centre between 10 am and 12 pm.

Friday as above various locations between 9 am and 4 pm.

There will be some street & footpath cleansing and other activities taking place throughout the week also.

Neighbourhood Surveys will be available as well as other information on ways YOU can report Crime anonymously.

Sent to Bramcote Today by Councillor Richard MacRae.

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