Police will be getting connected with their community in their latest online Partners and Communities Together (PACT)* meeting.

Tonight residents are invited from 7pm to 8.30pm, to join local officers online to ask the questions that matter to them and tell police their concerns about crime and antisocial behaviour in the Saddleworth and Lees Neighbourhood Policing Team’s third virtual public meeting.

Covering the areas of Saddleworth North, South, West and Lees, PCs Stephanie Whitehead, Dave Pickles and Mark Clough will listen to your concerns and give you feedback on the issues that matter to you the most. They will be joined by Mark Drury from NHS Oldham and Councillor Val Sedgwick.

Inspector Danny Milovanovic, Saddleworth and Lees Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: “We want our community to be able to talk to us about the issues that matter to them the most so by holding this virtual meeting we can speak to everyone from the comfort of their living room.

“Experience and use of social media site Twitter has shown taught us that some residents find it difficult to come along to meetings and surgeries and some prefer virtual contact with their area officers so this is an ideal way for them to tell us their concerns.”

Members of the public can log on to gmp.police.uk/saddleworth&lees and go to the Saddleworth and Lees Neighbourhood page to take part in the meeting.

People who are not able to go online during the meeting can submit their questions now and the officers will answer them during, or after, the meeting.

Residents living in Saddleworth North, Saddleworth South and Saddleworth West and Lees should contact the Saddleworth and Lees Neighbourhood Policing Team if they have a neighbourhood policing issue dial 0161 856 4524 or saddleworthandlees.npt@gmp.police.uk

To report crime call police on 0161 872 5050 or for more information visit www.gmp.police.uk.

You can also call anonymously with information about crime to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.



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