Police “doing a good job” say St Neots people
August 28th, 2014
Cambridgeshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner was out and about in St Neots earlier this week, meeting members of the public alongside local police.
Sir Graham Bright and his Outreach Worker Nicola Fenton joined local police in Market Square on Tuesday to find out what the people of St Neots think about policing and community safety in their area.
Sir Graham said: “The overwhelming message from the day was that people believe the police are doing a good job and there were no major concerns. It was also interesting to hear that although people would like to see more police on the streets, there was a general understanding of the financial pressures we face.
“I was able to talk about some of the innovative things we are doing to increase the amount of time police spend out in their communities through the use of IT and it was very pleasing to hear that so many people value their local police and think they’re doing a good job keeping them safe.”
The St Neots street surgery was the latest in a series held at different locations across Cambridgeshire. The mobile police station was also in attendance.