Rainhill Village Life - Supported by your Labour Councillors

Wednesday, June 01, 2005


Today is the first day of National Volunteer Week and locally our Community Volunteers will be working alongside the Police, Community Support Officers and Special Constables undertaking many initiatives including:-

Combating Car Crime - offering free CD radio security in order to target a spate of thefts in the St Helens Area.

Crime Prevention Literature - Hand delivering literature in identified hot spots.

Community Speedwatch - The present Force-wide speeding campaign to continue. Volunteers to help identify areas where speed is a particular problem. These areas to be risk assessed and support be given to set up local Community Speed Watch Schemes.

Volunteers are still needed - Police Community Volunteers are always welcome to help keep police officers on the beat by taking off them some of the duties that they must undertake, for example manning enquiry desks. You can make a real difference.

Anyone interested in becoming a volunteer can get more information by contacting LYNN CARBERRY (Homewatch and Volunteers Co-ordinator) on 0151 777 6027 or email lynn.carberry@merseyside.police.uk

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