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Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping to hold walkabout in Bingham to highlight public crime or antisocial behaviour concerns




Nottinghamshire's Police and Crime Commissioner is to hold a walkabout in a town to meet local people and businesses.

Paddy Tipping will be making his way around Bingham on Monday, March 2, aiming to highlight any public concerns about crime or antisocial behaviour in the area.

The walkabout, which is the latest in a series undertaken by the PCC, will start off at The Old Courthouse, on Church Street, Bingham, at 10.45am.

Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping.
Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping.

Mr Tipping will be accompanied by the local neighbourhood policing team and councillors to help find out about the safety improvements taking place to improve people's lives.

"Good policing is all about teamwork and local people are very much part of that team," said Mr Tipping.

"This is an opportunity to tell us about any issues or problems that are impacting on your quality of life so that together, with our partners, we can address them.

"I hope to meet many local people and business owners on the visit and get a better understanding of life in the town."

The PCC has hosted a number of walkabouts to engage communities and identify safety issues that impact on fear of crime.

Key issues will be fed back to neighbourhood policing teams to address.

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