Monday, 8 August 2011

Fulbourn Neighbourhood Policing news: the Get Closer Campaign

click here to go to the Cambridgeshire Constabulary homepageDear e-coppers,

I hope you are all well. Great news, no crimes to report this week.

The next Police Surgery will be held at 8 Farmers Row, Housing office for Accent Nene and SCDC. This is a joint surgery between the Police and Housing. The time will be 1pm - 3pm. Feel free to pop along and discuss any issues or concerns you may have.

We will also be holding additional mobile surgeries in Fulbourn and surrounding villages, this is known as Get Closer Campaign. This will be held in the Mobile Police Station at the Swifts Centre, Haggis Gap on Thursday 15th September, 14.30 - 15.30. Further dates to follow in the future.

What is a Get Closer Campaign?

Get Closer Campaign

The ‘Get Closer’ campaign aims to increase the visibility of policing activity and raise the public’s level of understanding of the breadth and depth of policing across Cambridgeshire in 2011/12 and beyond

Cambridgeshire Constabulary is visible and active in your local area:

  • A reduced budget will not negatively impact on police performance in Cambridgeshire

  • We will minimise the impact on performance of budget reductions by working in collaboration with Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire constabularies and with other local partners

  • Cambridgeshire Constabulary is proactively, relentlessly and successfully targeting those who commit crime in Cambridgeshire

  • There is more to police than patrolling. Visible and invisible force resources work together to keep Cambridgeshire safe

  • Cambridgeshire Constabulary will continue to do all it can to transfer the fear of crime from the public to offenders

  • The support and involvement of local communities is essential to fighting crime in Cambridgeshire and is recognised and appreciated by the force

  • There are simple steps the public can take to protect themselves and their property from crime


Cambridgeshire Constabulary is changing the way it delivers communications campaigns to make them more efficient and effective.

The force’s crime figures for 2010/11, which show that crime is down by more than five per cent and detections have increased.

The Get Closer campaign will run for at least the next two years.

Julie & John
PCSOs for Fulbourn Neighbourhood Policing Team


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