Website now open to register Haverhill police priority ideas

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Residents are now able to submit online the issues they feel should be adopted as a priority for the next three months by the Haverhill Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) at its next public meeting.

The SNT meeting takes place at Haverhill Arts Centre from 7pm on Monday, June 16.

As with previous meetings it will be filmed in its entirety as well as streamed live at

The website is now live and available for residents to register the priorities that they think should be voted on at the meeting.

On the night of the meeting voting can be done either in person or via the website.

As before, the filming will be done by John Burns and Aaron Luccarini but this time they hope to be fliming in in HD and with a better audio accompaniment after the purchase of new equipment.

John said: “As usual there will be up to nine priroties collated from what the public suggest and, from those, three will be voted on as the priorities for the SNT for the following three months.

“The website describes the previous priorities and will also have the intended agenda, due to be expanded in its scope this time, posted hopefully early next week once agreed between the chariman and the other participants.”

The current SNT priorities are Illegal drug taking in public places, specifically Castle Walk and the Recreation Ground; parking issues at schools within the town; gathering intelligence and carrying-out enforcement action in respect of drug related assaults on the Clements and Chalkstone estates.