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Greenwich Borough Safer Neighbourhood Board goes PUBLIC!!

The new format of the Safer Neighbourhood Board now includes the opportunity for members of the public to attend and put their questions to a senior ranking officer.

On Thursday 21st March 2019 the meeting will be open to the public from 6:30pm. There will be the chance to have a chat over a cup of coffee with members of the Board and with Chief Inspector Michael Chatterton who is the Chief Inspector of Neighbourhoods in the South East Command BCU.

You are then then invited to observe, if you wish, for the main meeting from 7pm till 9pm.

The purpose of the Safer Neighbourhood Board is to hold the police to account in a positive way and to work in partnership with the police to ensure that Greenwich Borough is Safer.


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