Invitation to ward panel meeting for Upper Norwood – 19 April 2016

A message from the local policing team:
“Dear Resident,
I am writing to you to invite you to the Upper Norwood Ward Panel meeting.

The Ward Panel meets regularly to discuss the concerns facing the local community in terms of crime and anti-social behaviour.  It is chaired by your Safer Neighbourhood Team, and the ward panel is your opportunity to voice your concerns and help set the priorities for your Safer Neighbourhood Team.

The ward panel is a key line of communication between the community and the police.

We are looking to recruit volunteers who either live or work in the Upper Norwood ward area.  We are looking for more members so that we can hear a wide range of views from different parts of the community.

The meetings take place on a quarterly basis, and we are looking for individuals who are willing to give just a few hours every couple of months.

The next ward panel meeting will be at Gipsy Hill Police Station, 66 Central Hill, London, SE19 1DT onTuesday 19th April 2016 at 7pm.

If you have any questions, please do contact the team on 0208 7212478.
If you would like to receive our regular newsletter and email updates, you can register at

Yours sincerely,
PC 836ZD Woolley
Dedicated Ward Officer, Upper Norwood”

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Produced by:

Upper Norwood Safer Neighbourhoods Team
Email –
Tel – 020 8721 2478
Twitter: @MPSUpperNorwood

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