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Have your say on policing priorities for Bishop's Stortford and Sawbridgeworth

The policing team for Bishop’s Stortford and Sawbridgeworth is giving members of the public the chance to have their say on what issues should be prioritised for the next three months.

Two drop-in surgeries are being held to give people the opportunity to make their suggestions: Thursday, June 6, 7.30pm-9pm in Bell Street car park in Sawbridgeworth; Monday, June 10, 5.30pm-7pm at Bishop’s Stortford Library.

Some residents have already flagged their areas of concern to the safer neighbourhood policing team. These include drugs use and anti-social behaviour in Castle Park, Stortford, thefts from shoppers and shoplifting in Stortford town centre and anti-social behaviour in Great St Mary’s Church, Sawbridgeworth.

Stortford and Sawbridgeworth’s neighbourhood policing sergeant, Mark Collins, said: “We’re committed to working with local communities to help tackle any issues they may be facing.

“These forums are a great way for local residents to drop in and engage with us, to help set our priorities for the coming months. Please pop along and have your say.”

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