Library beat surgeries going from strength to strength
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The local Safer Neighbourhood Team hosted another successful beat surgery at Hatfield Library on Friday (26 May).
PCSO Mark Randall and PCSO Shannon Payne met with local residents between 11am and 1pm, providing reassurance on local issues and handing out free security devices such as purse bells.
The beat surgeries have been running every two months since January and residents are encouraged to go along and share any views they have on local policing.
PCSO Mark Randall said: “This was another well attended surgery and we’re pleased that residents are finding them useful.
“The next surgery is on Friday 28 July between 11am and 1pm.
“As the surgeries are going from strength to strength, we are working with Hatfield Library to arrange some more. These will be publicised in due course.”
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