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West Bridgford councillor arranges residents’ meeting with police to discuss ASB in Compton Acres

On Saturday 9 September, a Community Meeting was organised by Compton Acres Borough Councillor Hari Om.

This was between local residents and the Rushcliffe Neighbourhood Police team, in order to discuss the anti-social behaviour in the area, and the action the Police are taking.

The meeting was held in Rushcliffe Arena and was attended by County Councillor Gordon Wheeler, Borough Councillor Alan Phillips and residents of the Compton Acres area.

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Councillor Hari Om left, Inspector Tim Cuthbert and Councillor Alan Phillips

Tim Cuthbert, Nottinghamshire Police’s new inspector in charge of neighbourhood policing in Rushcliffe has vowed to engage with the public, as his team continues the combat rural crimes, antisocial behaviour, car break-ins and shoplifting.

Tim gave an update on recent crimes that had taken place in Compton Acres and the action taken by the police.

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Residents were able to raise their concerns directly.

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Tim dealt with a range of different questions and gave very insightful answers, which was highly comforting to residents and victims of these crimes.

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