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To all ward members,

 

As I am sure you are aware Ashburton Safer neighbourhood policing team held a ward panel meeting on the 20th April, Mez and I was very pleased with the great turn out thank you very much for attending. If you were unable to attend I thought I would give you a quick update on the main discussion point. Mez and I explained that Croydon borough is changing the way it structured in line with the Croydon council boundary changes, which will come into action from the 7th May 2018.

 

This will not affect how your area is policed however it will mean that Ashburton as a ward is being redesigned and is changing the name of it also. Due to this depending on where your business or home is situated your new ward name will be either Shirley North or Addiscombe East. Due to these changes more officers are joining these two wards, for your records the two new wards will be policed by:

 

Addiscombe East

PC Mez Gholami 259ZD      Mehrzad.Gholami2@met.pnn.police.uk

PC Littlewood 390ZD

PCSO Alex Maxted 7207ZD   Alex.J.Maxted@met.pnn.police.uk

Shirley North

PC Connolly 342ZD

Jessica.connolly@met.pnn.police.uk

PC Suter 514ZD

Both teams will be manged by PS Haji-Savva 95ZD

I have attached a web link for you to look at at your leisure.

https://consultation.lgbce.org.uk/node/8775

PC CONNOLLY

 

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Charge per additional visit (over and above the annual free quota):

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