Magazine celebrates safer North Devon
A new quarterly magazine has being launched to mark the first 10 years of an organisation that works to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour across North Devon and Torridge. Safe and Sound is the name of the new publication from community safety partn
A new quarterly magazine has being launched to mark the first 10 years of an organisation that works to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour across North Devon and Torridge.
Safe and Sound is the name of the new publication from community safety partnership Safer North Devon.
The first edition contains articles about cleaning up graffiti, listening to the needs of young people, domestic violence and responding to hate incidents. Also, there is the chance for one lucky reader to win an M&S voucher for sending in their views about 'Safe and Sound'.
Members of the public can pick up a free copy and find out more about what is going on in their local neighbourhoods at police stations, surgeries, dentists, libararies, council offices and at North Devon District Hospital.
Safe and Sound is also available online at www.safernorthdevon.co.uk along with further information about the work of Safer North Devon.
Safer North Devon Manager Amanda Palmer says: "Local council, police and partners under the Safer North Devon partnership are proud to to deliver projects that make a real difference to local peoples lives."
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- 2 160 traders at this year's Christmas Market in Braunton
- 3 Holsworthy link mental health centre looks set to close permanently
- 4 Council forms group to tackle North Devon housing crisis
- 5 New recycled plastic tables installed at Victoria Park
- 6 Bideford Christmas Light Switch On dates announced
- 7 Loud music man fined after breaching official order
- 8 RGB's North Devon branches helping others this Christmas
- 9 North Devon MP encourages community to go 'one step greener'
- 10 Heddon Valley crowned top of winter walks table
Superintendent Kevin Harris, North Devon policwe chief, said: "Have a read of Safe and Sound to see what goes on behind the scenes in your community to make northern Devon one of the safest places in the country."
If you have any concerns or ideas that you would like to tell Safer North Devon about they can be contacted on 01271 335241 or by e mail at firstname.lastname@example.org