Humberside Crime Commissioner Matthew Grove to visit neighbourhood policing teams throughout North Lincolnshire
Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Grove plans to visit every neighbourhood in the Humberside Police area over the coming months.
Mr Grove will visit local police stations, meet officers and staff, then tour the area to discover the issues around crime across the 22 Neighbourhood Policing areas that make up Humberside Police.
Local ward councillors will be invited to join Matthew and there will be opportunities for any groups involved in crime reduction to meet their Police and Crime Commissioner.
Matthew said: "The area I represent covers 1,350 square miles, and between now and the summer I intend to cover as much of it as possible.
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"I am looking forward to meeting many of our dedicated officers and staff and learning more about the issues they face every day. I also want to meet the members of our communities who work tirelessly to help cut crime, like neighbourhood watch groups, youth workers and community organisations.
"In addition, I will be holding two Street Surgeries a month on Saturday mornings in our towns and shopping areas to meet the public and listen to their views. We all need to work together to cut crime and make our neighbourhoods safer."
Mr Grove's first visit to North Lincolnshire will be on Tuesday, March 5 when he visits Epworth. The other two North Lincolnshire dates scheduled so far are Thursday, March 14 in Barton-upon-Humber and Thursday, March 21 in Ashby.