More policing in the north of Liverpool

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All North Residents

As A result of recent rises in burglaries, car theft etc, A group of residents got together to try and address the issues with our local councillor, Mr Joe Hanson, who helped us to set up a meeting on Wednesday 20th December 2017 with the police and there were some local residents turned up also. As a result of the meeting it was clear that there was not enough police officers in the north end of the city to address these concerns properly. Our next step is to get as many local north end residents to register and sign our petition so we can present this to the police and crime commissioner Jane Kennedy as soon as possible to move this planned, co-ordinated response forward. We need as much help and support as we can get from the local communities so that we can get the protection that our young, elderly and vulnerable residents deserve, which is more police patrolling at sufficient times in the north end of Liverpool as there seems to be a high majority in difference from north and south at the moment. Communications will be made once we have got sufficient numbers of names on this petition. We will be holding meetings where all can attend to voice their opinion, share their concerns, report anything that has occurred near them as all collective incidents add to what we are trying to achieve, also their are pages/groups on Facebook you can join to keep aware of what is happening around us . Please help us to help you!! And stop our communities being robbed. All the hours you work for nice things for your families are not their for someone else to take and your children or parents should not be scared to go to bed!! PLEASE sign your name with you area of residence e.g Kirkdale, Walton.
A further communication will be made very soon.
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