Make your point to police

A SERIES of street briefings and community consultations are being held across Waveney over next week by the district's Safer Neighbourhood Teams.Members of the public are being invited to come along and raise their concerns, or discuss policing priorities for their community.

A SERIES of street briefings and community consultations are being held across Waveney over next week by the district's Safer Neighbourhood Teams.

Members of the public are being invited to come along and raise their concerns, or discuss policing priorities for their community.

Today: Southwold and Halesworth SNT mobile police station teams up with Suffolk County Council's mobile library in Wrentham, Wangford and Reydon between 9.30am and 12.50pm

Tomorrow: Southwold and Halesworth SNT police surgery, Halesworth Library, 10am-11am;


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Lowestoft Central SNT 'police street meet' at Ilha Dourada Caf�, Commercial Road, 11am-1pm.

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Sunday: Southwold and Halesworth SNT, Southwold Harbour and Walberswick, 11am-2pm.

Monday: Lowestoft North SNT community priority-setting meeting, Oulton Community Centre 10am-11.30am.

Tuesday: Lowestoft South SNT community priority-setting meeting, Uplands Community Centre 11am; Southwold and Halesworth SNT mobile police station, Westhall Village Hall, 10am-11am and Spexhall Village Hall, 11.20am-12.20pm.

Wednesday: Lowestoft Central SNT street meet, London Road North, 11am-3pm.

Thursday: Southwold and Halesworth SNT community priority-setting meeting, Reydon Village Hall, 5.30pm-7pm.

Friday: Lowestoft Central SNT community priority-setting meeting St Peters Church Hall 2.30 pm.

To find out more: visit www.onesuffolk.co.uk

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