Antrim Policing and Community Safety Partnership (Antrim PCSP) would like to hear your concerns about burglary and rural crime in your area, at its first PUBLIC MEETING on Tuesday 30 October at 7pm in Crumlin Community Centre, 2a Main Street, Crumlin.
Antrim PCSP, which replaces the former Antrim District Policing Partnership and Antrim Community Safety Partnership, combines both their functions and provides a more joined up approach to the policing and community safety issues which affect the local community.
The meeting will see the launch of a new ‘Farm Watch’ scheme, which is designed to protect rural properties and farms against theft and burglary. Take the opportunity to gain crime prevention advice and to learn about other initiatives such as Neighbourhood Watch. Senior police officers from the area will be there to answer any questions you have in relation to burglary, crime, rural crime, anti-social behaviour or local policing generally. Your questions and the answers given will then help Antrim PCSP consider local solutions to local issues.
For further information contact the Partnership Support Team T. 028 9446 3113, E: email@example.com, or write to Antrim Civic Centre, 50 Stiles Way, Antrim, BT41 2UB.