The community meetings are organised for representatives of local community groups and the public to attend. Residents raise any issues they have with their area and also help to set 3 priorities for public sector agencies.
We are working with GloucestershirePolice to engage with 55 local communities. This gives local people more opportunity to have their say about the services and decisions that affect them.
Communities have already identified their top three policing priorities.District Councils, The Primary Care Trust (PCT) and Voluntary organisations aim to work with us so that we can work in the spirit of the Joint Community Engagement Framework and deliver a joined-up response to community priorities.
To support the 55 local communities, Gloucestershire County Council has identified 18 Area Lead Officers (ALOs) who have volunteered to work alongside the 9 Local Policing Teams (LPT's) in Gloucestershire Police. Each of the 18 serve between 2 and 4 local communities.
You can search for your nearest LPT by entering your postcode in the 'Neighbourhood Policing' section at Gloucestershire Constabulary.
The link to Neighbourhood Policing will also give you access to information about your community through "community profiles".
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