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Partners and communities together meetings

Partners and communities together (PACT) meetings are regular meetings organised jointly between the Safer Neighbourhood Policing Teams, local Councillors and partners.

PACT meetings are your chance to raise issues affecting your local area.

The meetings are open public meetings and vary in the frequency they are held, from monthly to quarterly at various times, days and locations to allow the community the chance to raise issues and discuss what is important to them. The meetings will consist of a formal PACT panel, comprising of a key stakeholders from within the community, such as local councillors, district councillors, youth services and other voluntary and statutory bodies, including the police. At the meeting, locally agreed priorities will be taken on by the Panel to tackle in the forth coming month(s), and all actions and results will be reported back at the next meeting, where future priorities can be set.

In recognition of the fact some members of the community cannot attend these meetings, there is an opportunity for the community to raise local issues via other methods, such as online voting of the teams priorities, face to face surveys, street meetings, and web chats. The dates and times of these events will be publicised on the West Mercia Safer Neighbourhood Team's pages. To find your local Safer Neighbourhood Team and vote on their local priorities, enter your postcode below.

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