Safer Cornwall is running two workshops in Launceston tomorrow for residents to find out more about community safety.
They take place on Wednesday, June 26, at The Orchard Centre, Market Street, Launceston, Cornwall, PL15 8AU.
The first will be a young people’s session from 4.30pm-6pm, and the second session is for adults and runs from 7pm-8.30pm.
The workshops will provide an opportunity to:
- Talk about crime and anti-social behaviour and other issues impacting on community safety in Launceston.
- Highlight what Safer Cornwall is already doing to tackle crime in the area.
- Understand what additional support might be needed locally.
Rob Nolan, Cornwall’s Cabinet Member for the Environment and Public Protection, said: “Safer Cornwall is running these workshops to help residents gain a local perspective on how effectively partners are tackling key community safety issues on the ground. They are an opportunity to talk about crime and anti-social behaviour and other issues impacting on community safety in Launceston and what Safer Cornwall is already doing through the Partnership Plan. Information gathered in the workshops will be used to help understand what additional support might be needed locally.”
To find out more email Nicola.Drewett@cornwall.gov.uk or call 01736 336506.