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Councillor calls on residents to join police panel

Woodhouse councillor Anne Hutton says residents should get involved to help set policing priorities in their ward

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A Labour councillor is calling on residents to join the local ward police panel that works with the police to set priorities in tackling crime and antisocial behaviour.

Woodhouse councillor Anne Hutton said: “Being a member of the Woodhouse ward panel helps real focus on local people’s priorities. It’s particularly important that young people and those from minority backgrounds get involved.”

She added: “I urge anyone interested to get in touch with me at [email protected]. I can then link you to the ward panel chair who will take the process forward.”


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