What are your neighbourhood priorities?

Police in Broadland are very keen to hear from you if you have any concerns or issues about where you live, work or visit within the district. This information will then be used to guide the police in choosing their neighbourhood priorities.

If you would like to be a part of this process, to have your say about the policing in Broadland, then there are two ways in how to raise your concerns.

Pick one of the options below, and reply to Vicky Bailey via e mail, detailing your main concerns, or issues, in your area – please include the area/location you are referring to.

Complete the poll that has been added to ‘Nextdoor’, which is a social media platform that the police use to get messages out to your local community.

1. Drugs
2. Speeding
3. Street drinking
4. Burglary/Theft
5. Violent Crime
6. Road Safety
7. ASB (Anti-Social Behaviour) Nuisance
8. ASB (Anti-Social Behaviour) Vehicles
9. Rural Crime
10. Other (Please specify in the return email)

The poll closes on the 28 February 2021, after this date the priorities will be discussed in a local engagement meeting, via Teams, for your area. The date and time for these meeting is still to be arranged. When details have been confirmed invitations will be sent out via email, and also advertised on the social media platforms.

Vicky Bailey, Police Constable 1425, Broadland Engagement Officer, Aylsham Police Station, Richard Oakes Road, Aylsham, NR11 6FD
Tel: 01692 401163
Mob: 07967 820083

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