Joint Neighbourhood Watch and Policing Panel forum at Bourne Fire Station

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People from the Bourne and Billingborough areas can air their views about crime and policing in their community at a meeting next week.

Bourne and Billingborough Neighbourhood Panel will be joining Bourne and District Neighbourhood Watch Association for a meeting at Bourne Fire Station, South Street, Bourne, on Monday, February 8 at 7.30pm

The meeting brings Neighbourhood Watch coordinators together to meet with representatives of the local police to raise and discuss any issues relating to Neighbourhood Watch

Philip Knowles. chairman of Bourne and District Neighbourhood Watch Association

It will be the first combined policing panel and Neighbourhood Watch meeting, but it will start as usual with a 30-minute public open forum.

Philip Knowles. chairman of Bourne and District Neighbourhood Watch Association (NWA), said: “The meeting brings Neighbourhood Watch coordinators together to meet with representatives of the local police to raise and discuss any issues relating to Neighbourhood Watch.

“However, it is not confined to NWA coordinators and members of the public are most welcome to join us.

“If you wish to know more about Neighbourhood Watch, we would be delighted to answer any questions you have or if you are considering creating or joining a Neighbourhood Watch group we will help you get started.”

The public open forum at the start of the meeting is an opportunity for members of the public to pass on their thoughts and concerns for possible inclusion in the neighbourhood priorities that will be set afterwards by a closed panel of elected members.

If you can’t attend the meeting but would stiil like to have your views considered, call 101 and ask for PCSO Graeme Parrott at Bourne Police Station.