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Police to host community meeting in Naracoorte.
One for the diary! South Australia Police are holding a series of public meetings in Local Service Areas across the state – with everyone in the south-east invited to one in Naracoorte on Thursday 29 May.
Personal engagement with the community is extremely important to SA Police to enable a better understanding of what safety issues are priorities for both individuals and the community as a whole.
Police and Community Engagement (P.A.C.E) forums provide an opportunity for community members to hear factual information about crime and community safety issues in their local communities and to have the opportunity to raise issues of importance to them with their local police.
During the meeting, the community will have direct access to their local officers, providing an opportunity to raise personal and community safety issues.
“The forum will enable us to provide some factual information about crime, but more importantly it will allow us to hear, direct from the communities of Naracoorte, Lucindale, Bordertown and Keith about those issues that are most concern to them,” said Superintendent Twilley, the Officer in Charge of the Limestone Coast Local Service Area.
The Police and Community Engagement forum will be held at the Naracoorte Town hall (upstairs Meeting Room) Thursday, 29 May from 7.00 pm until 8.30 pm. Doors will open at 6.30 pm.
While questions will be taken from the audience on the night, community members can send in questions prior to the evening (which will then be addressed on the night) via the email address:
So spread the word (feel free to use the social media ‘share’ options at the top of this page) and we’ll see you there!