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Help to decide local Policing priorities online

Local residents are being invited to have their say on whether they agree or disagree with the issues that have been identified as Policing priorities for their neighbourhoods.

By visiting either the Wednesfield North Neighbourhood or  Wednesfield South Neighbourhood sections of the West Midlands Police website and selecting ‘yes’ or ‘no’ in the priorities section you can submit your vote.

Each neighbourhood website now also contains feedback from PACT meetings, the contact details of local Police sergeants, and other local Policing information.

Recent priorities identified for the Wednesfield North Neighbourhood are:

1. Parking issues around local schools (agreed at PACT 31.3.2010)
Residents at the meeting raised concerns about illegal and inconsiderate parking around Oak Meadow and St.Albans schools. West Midlands Police will be taking steps to address these issues over the coming weeks.

2. Speeding in Kitchen Lane and Fitzmaurice Road (agreed at PACT 31.3.2010)
Residents at the last Partners and Communities Together (PACT meeting) raised concerns about vehicles speeding in Kitchen Lane and Fitzmaurice Road. West Midlands Police will be taking steps to address this issue over the coming weeks.

3. Parking issues – Griffiths Drive Junction (agreed at PACT 31.3.2010)
Residents at the last Partners and Communities Together (PACT meeting) also raised concerns about vehicles parking on footpaths around the Griffiths Drive junction. West Midlands Police will be taking steps to address this issue over the coming weeks.

Recent priorities identified for the Wednesfield South Neighbourhood are:

Anti-social behaviour – Castle public house (agreed at PACT 24.2)
Residents attending our last Partners and Communities Together (PACT) meeting expressed concerns about individuals being rowdy and causing a nuisance outside The Castle public house. West Midlands Police will be taking steps to address this issue over the coming weeks.


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