Police exhibit flexibility with surgeries at Scunthorpe museum
Police surgeries in Scunthorpe are now being held in an unusual location - North Lincolnshire Museum, on Oswald Road.
They are being held every second Friday of the month, from 2pm to 3pm, on the building's ground floor.
Humberside Police and the museum have teamed up to offer this free service to local people.
The museum is said to be an ideal location as it is easily accessible and located centrally near local transport routes.
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The sessions will give people the chance to meet their local neighbourhood policing team and discuss any problems or concerns they may have.
The first session was last Friday (January 11).
For more details contact William Harrison at Humberside Police on 01724 240343.
Councillor John Briggs, of Crowle, Cabinet Member for Asset Management, Culture and Housing at North Lincolnshire Council, said: “We are delighted to be running these sessions at North Lincolnshire Museum. People in North Lincolnshire will be able to share their views and concerns with Humberside Police.
“Everyone is welcome to attend the sessions. It is a great opportunity to get involved with your community.
"These sessions are yet another example of how organisations are working together to serve the community."