PCSO base in the Community Centre

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We mentioned in a recent article that there was a proposal to give our PCSO a base in Tarvin Community Centre. The last Parish Council meeting reported that from April 2018 the Community Centre will indeed become the local base for the Police Community Support Officer (PCSO).


There will a sign outside the building to say that it is being used as the PCSO local base, and a post-box in the foyer for confidential mail and reports.

There will also be a sign in the foyer to show whether the PCSO is in the building, and a bell

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