Tackling Crime In Eastwood South
15/02/2012 - Residents in Eastwood South are being invited to have their say on how up to £18,000 will be spent to reduce crime in their area. The funding, provided by Nottinghamshire County Council's Safer Notts Board, may be used to tackle anything from burglary and car crime to graffiti and anti social behaviour.
Those living in Eastwood South who want to ensure their view is considered should pick up a copy of the consultation leaflet from the Council Offices, SureStart, Eastwood Volunteer Bureau and Eastwood library or by completing the consultation online at the Council's website before Friday 9th March.
Cabinet member for Arts, Culture and Leisure, Cllr Richard Robinson said:
"Broxtowe Borough Council is committed to reducing crime throughout the borough and is working with residents in Eastwood to learn which types of crime people feel affect them most."
"The Council is keen to work with local people to seek their views on how we can target resources to tackle those issues which are most important to residents."
Broxtowe Borough Council is a member of the South Nottinghamshire Community Safety Partnership, which coordinates community safety issues across the boroughs of Broxtowe, Gedling and Rushcliffe. Its aim is to reduce crime and improve the quality of life for the community and its residents. For more information about the partnership, please visit South Nottinghamshire Community Safety Partnership website.
To report a crime in progress, please contact the police on 999 or report information and suspicious activity using the non-emergency Nottinghamshire Police number provided on the right hand side. Alternatively, anyone can report crime anonymously by contacting Crimestoppers through the contact detail provided on the right hand side.
For more information and to have your say, please contact Broxtowe Borough Council on the information provide on the right hand side or visit the Council's website.
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