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Out on the beat

Wednesday, August 9, 2006

Heeley MP Meg Munn and Arbouthorne Ward Councillor John Robson joined the Safer Neighbourhood Teams recently to observe them whilst at work. Part of the work these Teams do is responding to problems that local residents are experiencing. Wearing distinctive high-visibility clothing, Meg and Councillor Robson toured the northern areas of Heeley constituency.

 

Meg said;

‘The Safer Neighbourhood Teams are a good tool in tackling nuisance and anti-social behaviour. They do some excellent work; as I saw first hand. They have links to other agencies to ensure problems that arise are dealt with in a co-ordinated and more effective way.’


Cllr Robson remarked;

‘It was great to experience to see the work the Safer Neighbourhood Teams carry out. I was extremely impressed by their professionalism and pro-active approach to local issues.’

 

The Safer Neighbourhood Teams, split into a north team and south team, have been established by Sheffield City Council and the Police to tackle anti-social behaviour and low-level crime at a local level. The aim is to find long-term solutions with the help of the local community.  The teams have links to a host of agencies, including Street Force, South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service, Sheffield Homes, anti-social behaviour specialists and outreach workers.


The teams also support Sheffield's Local Area Agreement (LAA), which intends to deter anti-social behaviour and address quality of life issues, particularly neighbourhood nuisance.  A key aim is to provide a focal point for local problems within communities.


Meg is pictured with Sgt Julie Morley and Cllr John Robson,


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