Goole: Police and partners are keen to work with residents on tackling crime and anti-social behaviour in the area.
13 Oct 2016
The Goole Community Policing Team are holding residents meeting at the Eastgate Flats in Goole at 11am on Sunday 23 October within the meeting room.
During the meeting the PCSOs are keen to gauge what the community would like police and partners to do in order to improve the area.
This is part of a multi-agency project to improve the area and raise the aspirations of the community as a whole in order to decrease crime, anti-social behaviour and tackle other issues around fire safety, environmental crime (littering) and animal welfare.
PCSO Michelle Thorley said: “I would encourage anyone living in the area to come along and speak to us about their community and things they’d like to see improved. This could be introduction of crime preventative measures, improvements to community facilities, great access to specialist support with substance misuse or employability and the support in building a strong residents association.
“However in order to introduce these we need public buy-in, so please come along and have a chat with me and my colleagues.”