Safety partnership meeting
3:44pm Thursday 8th May 2014 in News
Ceredigion residents are invited to a meeting aimed at reducing crime levels in the county.
Ceredigion Community Safety Partnership will host a public meeting of the Full Partnership and Strategy Group will be held at 2.30pm in the Brennig Room, Penmorfa, Aberaeron, on May 19.
The meeting will provide the public with a progress review of Community Safety in Ceredigion, covering topics including local crime reduction targets.
Bronwen Morgan, Chief Executive of Ceredigion County Council and Ceredigion Community Safety Partnership chairman, said: “This will be the sixth time that this meeting has been open to the public in Ceredigion. It is an excellent opportunity for members of our communities to gain a full appreciation of the true picture of crime and disorder within the county.
“ The Local Service Board and Ceredigion Community Safety Partnership are proud of their achievements to date in terms of crime and disorder reduction, but are not complacent, and continue to carefully monitor progress, trends and developments to not only maintain but, wherever possible, to improve community safety within the county.
“ This approach reflects our ongoing commitment to the people of Ceredigion to deal with important issues such as community safety and the challenges faced, in a transparent and democratic manner to ensure that we have fully addressed the identified needs of our communities in terms of Crime and Disorder.
“ This will also assist us in putting forward our Local priorities to Police and Crime Commissioner for consideration in connection with his Police and Crime Plan.”