Focussing on new priorities

THE second Neighbourhood Panel meeting for Soham identified concerns in order that priorities could be set. Priority number one remains as speed enforcement throughout the area and, coupled with this, parking enforcement has been rigorously pursued. This

THE second Neighbourhood Panel meeting for Soham identified concerns in order that priorities could be set.

Priority number one remains as speed enforcement throughout the area and, coupled with this, parking enforcement has been rigorously pursued. This priority is ongoing and a number of drivers have been prosecuted by means of fixed penalty tickets and endorsements.

Fixed penalty tickets have also been issued in relation to other motoring offences.

Priority number two was defined as anti-social behaviour/criminal damage around the area of Weatheralls school and the medical centre. This also included Ten Bells Lane, where residents raised concerns about anti-social behaviour.


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Additional high visibility patrols have been conducted in the area and this action plan is ongoing.

The next meeting takes place on Wednesday, March 21, at 7pm at the Pavilion in Soham.

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The South Neighbourhood Team has two new members, Police Community Support Officers Stuart Thorburn, for Bottisham, and Emma Melton, for Soham.

Sgt Ken Moffat,

South Neighbourhood Team

Tel: 01353 656640

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