We’ve had the following email from Andrew Hill, who explains that he is the Police Community Support Officer for Hockley and Hawkwell, and wants to keep in contact with residents:
My name is Andrew Hill and I am the Police Community Support Officer and I am part of the Hockley and Hawkwell neighbourhood policing team. I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself and also let people know about a crime reduction initiative that I am doing in Hockley.
As a Police Community Support Officer my role is to be proactive within the community know the area and problems and ultimately try and solve them especially with regard to youth nuisance. I am trying to keep in touch with my community by organising regular surgeries in the local library.
I will be available to meet local residents and hear their concerns at the library in Southend Road, Hockley on Thursday afternoon, September 14th and every following Thursday up to and including October 5th.
I am looking forward to meeting as many people as possible. The surgeries provide an ideal opportunity for people to raise issues in a confidential, one-to-one environment.
I will also be able to provide residents with advice on a wide range of crime prevention measures.
The surgeries will be held on the following dates:
Thursday, 14 September. 12.00 noon ? 3.00p.m.
Thursday, 21 September 12.00 noon ? 3.00p.m.
Thursday, 28 September 12.00 noon ? 3.00p.m.
Thursday, 5 October 12.00 noon ? 3.00p.m.
If you cannot attend any of the surgery sessions and wish to contact me, contact PCSO Andrew Hill on:
Please be aware that I do not man the office phone waiting for it to ring. All calls are normally answered within 24 hours. To report an incident or urgent matter call 01268 775533 or in emergency 999.