Police surgeries to be held at Ely Police Station
- Credit: Archant
Regular surgeries for residents to discuss any policing issues in the community will be held at Ely Police Station.
Each Monday (from January 20) the doors of the station in Nutholt Lane will be open to the public between 12pm and 5pm.
The public are invited to go along and discuss any policing issues that may be affecting them as an individual or as a community.
It comes as enquiry office at the station has been temporarily closed since October due to staff sickness.
But officers are still working from the station and appointments are being taken.
Sergeant Mark Rabel said: "We want to offer our communities an opportunity to come and speak to us, face-to-face on a regular basis.
"We look forward to seeing you at the station and making a difference together."
- 1 Boys, 13 and 17 killed in horror BMW crash near A47 in Peterborough
- 2 'Normally unacceptable' barn demolition wins green light
- 3 Shoplifter who stole from store 10 times in five weeks handed CBO
- 4 Motorcyclist caught ‘speeding over 100mph’ past police near Ely
- 5 Ely Heroes winner, Alison, attends royal garden party after three-year wait
- 6 Man in his 40s suffers ‘life-changing injuries’ in major crash on A14
- 7 Pupils ensure 'Eel-izabeth' comes to life for Queen's Platinum Jubilee
- 8 'It's a gem of an untold story' - Ely author, Ellee shares new novel
- 9 New March station will 'help people to use petrol and diesel cars less'
- 10 REVEALED: The 'gang of five' who want Dr Nik Johnson gone
In November, police said the enquiry office would only re-open "once the member of staff returns to work".
There is a yellow phone available outside or members of the public can report crime by calling 101 or via our website www.cambs.police.uk/report or take part in a webchat.