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Residents invited to Community Safety Event

The Fenland Community Safety Partnership will be hosting a free community engagement event in Chatteris next week.

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Residents will have the opportunity to come forward and ask the experts their questions on a wide range of community safety topics, as well as receiving face-to-face guidance and advice on any issues they may be experiencing themselves.

The event is completely free to attend and will take place in the Vermuyden Meeting Room at Chatteris Library, Furrowfields Road on Thursday 4th August from 12noon to 4pm.

Attendees will be supported with information and advice on a broad range of issues including loan sharks, road safety, domestic violence, cyber-crime, scams, rogue trading and more.

Cllr Steve Count, Fenland District Council's portfolio holder for Community Safety said: "These events are a fantastic way to find out more about the work that the Fenland Community Safety Partnership is doing to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour in your area."

"If any local residents have concerns, or if you would just like to find out more information, I encourage you to come and say hello to the team and have a chat with the partners in attendance."

The Community Safety team will be joined at the event by representatives from a wide range of partner organisations including Cambridgeshire Constabulary, Neighbourhood Watch, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Against Scams Partnership, Speedwatch, the England Illegal Money Lending Team and The Bobby Scheme.

The event will be the second in-person event the Fenland Community Safety Partnership have held since the easing of coronavirus restrictions earlier this year. Throughout the pandemic their sessions continued online as webinar events instead, which are currently available to view on the Fenland District Council YouTube channel.

For more information on the Fenland Community Safety Partnership and to view their monthly newsletter and online webinars, visit the Fenland District Council website at

Article date: July 2022

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