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Cheshire Constabulary continues to update latest crime issues within Tarvin Ward as follows:

The main complaints received from members of the community continues to be speeding motorists in the following areas:- Station Road, Delamere, Willington Lane, Oscroft, Tarporley Road, Tarvin, Chester Road, Kelsall and Chapel Lane, Willington.

A speed indication device has been placed out at strategic locations with the aim of reducing speed, and reminding drivers of the speed limit. You will be aware from the last Newsletter that some of the PCSO's from other areas have recently been trained in the use of the new 'True Speed' speed detection device to allow us to do some speed enforcement in the coming months.

Beat Meetings; Meet our PCSO PCSO Ryan Reid
Friday 20th May at 3:30pm -- 4:30pm in Tarvin and Kelsall Ward

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