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Police and council to discuss crime in Barnet at public meeting
Police and Barnet councillors will discuss plans to tackle crime in the borough at a public meeting this month.
Barnet Community Safety Engagement Group will host the discussion at Hendon Town Hall in The Burroughs from 7pm on Monday, September 24.
The meeting will cover crime priorities in the borough and how the police and council plan to tackle them.
Attendants can also find out what support services are available for victims of crime, the future of neighbourhood policing and about the borough wide controlled drinking zone.
Speakers will include borough commander Adrian Usher, Councillor David Longstaff and senior service delivery manager for victim support, Faye McGuinness.
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