There’s a very interesting meeting taking place at 7:30pm Monday, 22nd May 2017 – that of Brownhills Neighbourhood Watch (but is open to anyone interested in local crime issues).
It takes place at the Activity Centre (formerly the Central Boys School or Annexe) right in the centre of Brownhills, just off the Miner Island.
With recent concerns about local crime – particularly burglaries on the High Street and ongoing antisocial behaviour issues – this could be your chance to get your voice heard. If you’ve been unhappy with recent police performance, this would be a good forum at which to raise that, or any other related issue you may have.
Kevin Pitt, the Walsall Police Partnerships Officer, sent out the following:
Dear Sir or madam
Your Neighbourhood Policing Team invite you to join them for the next meeting of Brownhills Neighbourhood Watch.
The meeting will take place on Monday 22 May, prompt 7.30pm start at Brownhills Activity Centre, Chester Road North, WS8 7JE.
Your neighbourhood policing team have set up the meeting and look forward to a lively and productive evening.
The meeting is open to everyone and anyone who has an interest in reducing crime and helping to make Brownhills, Clayhanger and Brownhills West safer, more pleasant places to live.
If you cannot make the meeting but would like to raise a concern with your neighbourhood policing team, please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Message sent by
Kevin Pitt (Police, Engagement and Consultation Officer, Walsall)
Please, if you go along, do let me and the readers know what happened – either by commenting here, or mailing me: BrownhillsBob at Googlemail dot com. Thanks.