Though reducing crime and anti-social behaviour in and around Yaxley through the provision of youth services and delivery of facilities is an important activity for the Trust, we are also keen to take a more direct approach to tackle these issues.

We have therefore scheduled two meetings within Yaxley, inviting residents of the village and beyond to work in partnership with the Police to develop strategies for tackling ASB and crime. For those unable to attend we will be live-streaming the events via Periscope and taking questions via Twitter.

Details are as follows:

MEETING #1 (Neighbourhood Watch)

We invite all residents who have expressed an interest in coordinating, joining or supporting Neighbourhood watch schemes in Yaxley and other villages. NOTE: This is a meeting specifically for Neighbourhood Watch discussion and planning only.

With:

  • John Fuller, Cambs County NHW Chairman
  • Cambs Police Community Safety Officer Dave Griffin.
  • Rebecca Avery, Outreach Worker Cambridge, Huntingdon, South and East Cambs. Office of the Cambridgeshire Police & Crime Commissioner.

When: Thursday 21st January 2016 7:00pm
Where: William de Yaxley C of E Academy, Yaxley, PE7 3JL

MEETING #2 (Crime & Anti-social Behaviour)

We invite all residents who have expressed concerns over crime and ASB in Yaxley and beyond to meet representatives from the Police to discuss how communities can support them in their efforts to make safer environments.

With:

  • Charles Kitchin, Director of Public Engagement and Communications Office of the Cambridgeshire Police & Crime Commissioner (TBC).
  • Rebecca Avery, Outreach Worker Cambridge, Huntingdon, South and East Cambs. Office of the Cambridgeshire Police & Crime Commissioner.
  • Paul Sykes of the local policing team.
  • PCSO Gurdip Singh.
  • Shirley Simpson of the Cambridgeshire Bobby Scheme.
  • Eileen Le Voi,¬†Managing Director at Safe Local Trades.

When: Thursday 11th February 2016. From 7:00pm
Where: William de Yaxley C of E Academy, Yaxley, PE7 3JL

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