New police office for Newport in Barnstaple
A new Police Community Office will open its doors at Newport in Barnstaple on Monday, November 9. The office is at St John the Baptist Church Hall in South Street and will be officially opened at 10am. Various people will be attending, including local business owners
A new Police Community Office will open its doors at Newport in Barnstaple on Monday, November 9.
The office is at St John the Baptist Church Hall in South Street and will be officially opened at 10am.
Various people will be attending, including local business owners, councillors, Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinators, local school representatives and North Devon MP Nick Harvey.
It will be followed by the bi-annual Partners and Communities Together (PACT) meeting, where community representatives can raise and address any policing concerns or community issues they might have. Refreshments will be available.
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The Newport Beat Team of PC David Seymour, PCSO Alistair Summers and PCSO Debbie Bolsom are happy to be moving into an office on their Newport beat.
"We are really pleased we now have a base on our patch," said PCSO Bolsom.
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"It is a major plus we have the ability to remain on patch for the vast majority for our shifts and that the local community will have access to their own community office where the Neighbourhood Beat Team can discuss any issues or concerns they have.
"It will be best to make an appointment for these discussions as the office will not always be manned, due to the dedicated team being out on cycle and foot patrol.
"This move would not have been possible without the kind donations from Tesco, Wickes, Countryside Developments and the Station Masters Caf�, plus the Church itself for allowing us to rent the office.