Policing body and Tesco join forces
Banbridge Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP) recently joined forces with the community champion of the new Tesco Bridgewater Extra Banbridge store.
Working with the champion David McKay, they provided local people with information about keeping themselves, their homes and cars safe, and to discuss any community safety issues.
John Macauley, Banbridge District Council Community Safety Warden, joined David McKay at the Banbridge store to hand out leaflets and answer any questions the shoppers had on a wide range of community issues and safety concerns.
Banbridge PCSP Policing Committee will also be hosting a local public meeting for the Banbridge town area on Tuesday November 11 starting at 7.30pm in the Old Town Hall, Scarva Street, Banbridge.
This meeting is a good opportunity for local residents and businesses to raise policing and community safety issues and priorities with the local police and with PCSP members.
For more information about Banbridge PCSP, its Members and the projects, events and activities that it supports, please contact the Policing and Community Safety Partnership staffing team by emailing [email protected] or alternatively, by telephone on 028 4062 0248.