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Alert message sent 16/02/2020 17:50:00

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Are you concerned about gangs, knife crime and serious organised crime?

Bedford Neighbourhood Watch has arranged for two excellent speakers at their next Quarterly Meeting on Wednesday 26 February at Police Headquarters who will talk about these subjects and what is being done.

Detective Superintendent David Cestaro will speak about serious organised crime and Kimberley Lamb from the VERU (Violence and Exploitation Reduction Unit) will speak about the work she is doing with partners to reduce gang and knife crime. There will be other news and information too so it promises to be a most interesting evening.

Doors open at 7pm for refreshments and stalls, and the meeting starts at 7.30pm prompt. Everyone attending MUST book beforehand to gain access to Police HQ and to the car park.

If you would like to attend, then get your free ticket via Eventbrite by clicking here or email or by pressing the REPLY button below. You can bring an interested friend or neighbour too but they must be registered as well.

You can also find us on Facebook at and Twitter @bedfordnw

Looking forward to seeing you on 26 February.
Best wishes
Chair, Bedford & District Neighbourhood Watch
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Colleen Atkins (Neighbourhood Watch, Bedfordshire & Regional NW Communications Administrator, East of England)

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