Crime boss hits the streets of Warrington

Crime boss hits the streets of Warrington

Crime boss hits the streets of Warrington

First published in News

POLICE and crime commissioner, John Dwyer, hit the streets of Warrington to find out residents’ views on policing.

The mobile surgery stopped outside Asda Cockhedge last week to speak to people about issues and improvements that could be made.

Mr Dwyer said: “Of the 34 people spoken to, 22 said that they thought their local police do a good or excellent job.

“Many people wanted to raise local issues which ranged from parking problems, especially for wheel chair users, petty crime and young people playing football in the streets to some more hard hitting issues such as drug dealing and burglary.

“I will be passing the information given to me to the local Warrington policing team to follow up.”

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4:52pm Sat 26 Apr 14

GRUMPY PARENT says...

34 people survey well done probably half hour's work considering your hourly rate of pay not a constructive performance or tax payers money well spent.
34 people survey well done probably half hour's work considering your hourly rate of pay not a constructive performance or tax payers money well spent. GRUMPY PARENT
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9:09pm Sun 27 Apr 14

grey_man says...

So people are worried about a mixture of low level anti-social behaviour, traffic problems and more serious crime. Yeah better tell the real police soon because I'd bet they have no idea.
So people are worried about a mixture of low level anti-social behaviour, traffic problems and more serious crime. Yeah better tell the real police soon because I'd bet they have no idea. grey_man
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