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Officers out and about for street meets

PUBLISHED: 13:08 04 June 2010 | UPDATED: 17:34 06 July 2010

SAFER Neighbourhood Teams will be out in force next week, staging street briefings and community consultation events. The following events will be held in Waveney:

Today: Southwold and Halesworth SNT's mobile police station teams up with Suffolk County Council's mobile library, at Wrentham, Wangford and Reydon, 9.

SAFER Neighbourhood Teams will be out in force next week, staging street briefings and community consultation events. The following events will be held in Waveney:

Today: Southwold and Halesworth SNT's mobile police station teams up with Suffolk County Council's mobile library, at Wrentham, Wangford and Reydon, 9.30am-12.50pm; Lowestoft South SNT, police street meet at Anchor Way, 9am-10am, and at Rushton Drive, 1pm-2pm.

Tomorrow: Lowestoft South SNT police surgery at Kessingland Police Station, 5pm-6pm; Lowestoft North and Lowestoft South SNT is taking part in the community beach football world cup event on South Beach, Lowestoft, below Kensington Gardens, 11am-3pm, for National Family Week. Lowestoft South SNT will be at the Pakefield Park opening day, 2pm-4.30pm.

Sunday: Southwold and Halesworth SNT, police street meet at Southwold Harbour and Walberswick, 11am-2pm.

Monday, Lowestoft North SNT's mobile police station will be at Corton playing field,10am-11am and Lound Village Hall, 11.30am-12.30pm.

Thursday, Lowestoft Central SNT police surgery at the Kirkley Centre, noon-2pm.

Residents and representatives from local businesses are invited to meet their SNT, have an informal chat and discuss needs, concerns and expectations.

To find out more visit www.one

suffolk.co.uk


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