Spotlight on ASB on first community day
Today Avon and Somerset’s new Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens hit the road for her first community day in the policing district of Somerset West.
This morning Ms Mountstevens joined Somerset West’s Chief Superintendent Daimon Tilley in his tasking meeting, before going out with the award winning Taunton East Beat Team.
Ms Mountstevens visited Taunton Academy (South) in Lyngford, Halcon Link centre and chatted to Sergeant Andy Murphy in Priorswood about one of her priorities anti-social behaviour.
In the afternoon Ms Mountstevens visited Bridgwater to meet residents, Sedgemoor District councillors and officers, and Environment Agency workers at Westover's Browne’s pond.
Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Sue Mountstevens said: “This work is key and exactly what I want to support. You know what the problem is and you have looked at ways of solving it. Solutions to this type of problem will only be resolved through groups of partners and the community working together. This is only my second day and I am pleased that I could use my new role to listen to what is going on and see what is working for you and your community.”
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