Meet the Met Police Borough Commander at 7pm on 15th March at the Brent Civic Centre

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Brent Safer Neighbourhood Board Public Meeting

Do you have concerns about crime or safety? Do you have ideas about how to make Brent safer, cut crime near you or involve people in making their communities safer?

Brent’s Safer Neighbourhood Board was set up by the Mayor of London in 2014 to hold local police to account and help set police priorities. Its members are Brent residents from different parts of the community.

They are holding a meeting for people to find out what the Board does, the projects it has funded, and to give people the opportunity to ask the police commander questions and give ideas.

Brent Civic Centre
Conference Hall
7-9pm Tuesday 15 March 2016
Tea/coffee and biscuits from 6.45pm

Don’t forget that you can meet members of our Queen’s Park Safer Neighbourhood team at the QPARA meeting monthly meeting, next meeting 10th March, when Acting Sergeant Martin Redshaw or one of his team provides an update on activity within our area.

The Safer Neighbourhood Team also hold regular surgeries at the Farmers Market and Crime Prevention Stalls at Kilburn Library. The schedule is on their website: http://content.met.police.uk/Team/Brent/Queenspark 

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