Police pledge action

PUBLISHED: 14:02 30 November 2006 | UPDATED: 13:39 04 May 2010

POLICE have launched an action plan to combat anti-social behaviour in Fordham after the issue was raised by residents at Soham s neighbourhood panel this month. Police have said the south neighbourhood team is taking a range of measures, including an in

POLICE have launched an action plan to combat anti-social behaviour in Fordham after the issue was raised by residents at Soham's neighbourhood panel this month.

Police have said the south neighbourhood team is taking a range of measures, including an increase in patrols in the Thurwell Drive area, to deal with the problem.

Officers will also be working with the youth offending service to support families experiencing difficulties and 100 homes are being surveyed to gather more information.

East Cambridgeshire sector inspector Adam Gallop said: "We are determined to tackle the issues that concern people the most, but in order to do this, we need information from residents."

The East Cambridgeshire Strategic Partnership, which organised the meeting, will report through a newsletter and further meeting on the progress that has been made.

INFO: The next meeting is on January 17 at 7pm at Soham Village College. People living and working in Soham, Wicken, Fordham, Isleham, Chippenham, Kennett or Snailwell are welcome.

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