Officers from Saddleworth and Lees Neighbourhood Policing Team will be holding their fourth online Partners and Communities Together (PACT)* meeting.
The meeting on Tuesday 28 February 2012 from 7pm to 8.30pm will give residents the opportunity to get connected with their neighbourhood officers and tell police about their concerns relating to crime and antisocial behaviour in their area.
Sergeant Steve Hall and PC Dave Pickles will address concerns and give you feedback on any issues raised. They will be joined by Lisa MacDonald, Oldham Council’s Neighbourhood Manager for Saddleworth and Lees, and Councillor Barbara Beeley, Chair of the Saddleworth & Lees District Partnership.
Sergeant Steve Hall, Saddleworth and Lees Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: “Our last three meetings have been very successful with all of our communities. Figures from the previous event show us that there were 67 people viewing the PACT meeting, this is great and shows us that residents are interested in knowing about the activities of the neighbourhood policing teams.”
“Our virtual meetings give us the opportunity to speak to everyone from the comfort of their living room. We know through our use of Twitter that these methods of communication are perfect for those that aren’t always able to come out to our meetings or surgeries 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 firstname.lastname@example.org