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Thursday 16 January 6.00pm - 7.30pm

Public meeting: Youth on youth crime agenda

Dugdale Centre, Enfield Town, EN2 6DS  

202001 youth on youth crime agenda

Love Your Doorstep will be holding a public meeting to discuss youth crime happening across Enfield.

The community patrol project has now been running for 10 months in Enfield Town and 4 months across Highlands. Figures have shown a 48% decrease in robberies in Enfield Town ward, due to an approach of working together with our policing teams, local schools, local businesses and churches.

The meeting will be open to the community and we have a panel of key community figures involved (others are still being invited)

ON THE PANEL
Superintendant - Chris Jones,
Inspector Chris Byrne - Head of Schools Policing,
The Rt Revd Rob Wickham,The Bishop of Edmonton,
Christopher Lamb - Head Teacher of Enfield Grammar
Nina Lewis - Platinum Performing Arts
Councillor Christopher Dey - Crime Scrutiny Panel

We would love for you to join us on the evening, which we hope will be a great opportunity for discussion about how as a community we will work together to tackle the issues our young people are facing.

Places are limited so please register via the Eventbrite link below.

www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/youth-on-youth-crime-public-meeting-tickets-86923254795

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