Armagh Policing and Community Safety Partnership will be holding a public meeting of the PCSP on Wednesday, December 10 at 7pm in the Famous Grouse, Ballyhagan Road, Loughgall.
And Chair of Armagh PCSP Councillor Gerald Mallon would like to encourage as many local people as possible to attend.
“We would like to give local people the opportunity to see how the police are performing locally and to discuss their concerns with local officers,” he said.
“The meeting will have a focus on how individuals and communities can help to prevent and reduce crime in their area and people will be able to ask questions and speak to their local officers about what matters to them.
“It is now more important than ever that communities work together to keep their neighbourhoods safe as police resources become more stretched.”
Chief Inspector Ian Campbell, the Area Commander, will use this meeting as an opportunity to give an update on the Local Policing Plan.
And the PCSP is helping to launch an exciting new website for local people to use which is full of information and advice to keep people safe in our communities safer.
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