October 21, 2010
dealing is public enemy number one for Burnham residents
Tackling drugs and speeding traffic have this week been voted
as the top two priorities for police in Burnham-On-Sea.
Burnham's quarterly Partners
and Communities Together (PACT) meeting held on Thursday evening
(October 21st), residents got a chance to have their say
about police issues in the town.
A vote was taken at the end of the meeting
on what the priorities should be for officers over the next three
drug enforcement was chosen as the top issue, followed by further
action to reduce speeding traffic in the town.
work on tackling anti-social behaviour, which has fallen in recent
months, was voted as the third top priorities. Other concerns
expressed at the meeting included underage drinking, BB gun use,
cold callers and graffiti.
Tracey Stiles and Police Community Support Officer Andy Dancy
with Rosewood Action Team Chairman John Alexander and local resident
Andy Brewer at Thursday's PACT meeting in Burnham