Comfy place to meet the police
Mulbarton residents can now meet their police team in more comfortable surroundings thanks to a new facility in the village.The old mobile office next to The Common has been replaced with a new modern “Beat Box” after close partnership working between the safer neighbourhood team (SNT) and parish council.
Mulbarton residents can now meet their police team in more comfortable surroundings thanks to a new facility in the village.
The old mobile office next to The Common has been replaced with a new modern “Beat Box” after close partnership working between the safer neighbourhood team (SNT) and parish council.
The conditions of the mobile office were unusable and the facility was also vandalised.
“The new Beat Box is more durable and should, therefore, last a long-time. It is behind Mulbarton Social Club and will give residents the opportunity to meet the policing team in a convenient place to discuss any problems or issues.
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Police community support officer Darrin Sore said: “The Beat Box will help the SNT enrich their community engagement and show a visible police presence in the village.
“We are planning to hold a number of surgeries from the Beat Box so local people can express any concerns they have in the Mulbarton area.”
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The first surgery is on October 9, between 3pm and 5pm. Others will be held at different times of the day and evening to make it convenient for members of the community to attend the sessions.
For more information about the Beat Box, contact the Hethersett and Mulbarton SNT on 0845 456 4567 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org