Public meetings to discuss crime and policing

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Two publlic meetings will be held for residents to talk about concerns over crime and policing.

Osterley and Spring Grove Safer Neighbourhoods team will be holding an introductory meeting at 7pm on Wednesday 8th June at Isleworth and Syon School on Ridgeway Road.

There will be a short presentation and a chance to meet the local Police Officers and PCSO's who will be assigned to the ward. Police teams want to hear from residents about their priorities concerning issues such as crime and anti-social behaviour.

For Brentford residents north of the A4 ameeting is being held on Monday 13th June at 6.30pm in the Lord Nelson Public House, Enfield Road. This meeting has been arranged by Councilor Patrick Edwards and will be attended by Inspector Lindsay Hannigan who is responsible for Policing in this area. This is your chance to tell both the Local Authority and the Police what you think should be done to cut crime levels.

1 June 2005