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Police in South Holland have explained why they can no longer meet their communities in person regularly




A series of meetings between police in South Holland and parish councils could replace the sight of PCSOs at meetings.

The idea was put forward by Long Sutton district councillor Andrew Tennant during a meeting on Thursday when he explained why there is no longer a regular police presence at parish council meetings across the area.

It followed recent talks between district councillors and South Holland's neighbourhood policing inspector Gareth Boxall about how crime is dealt with across the area and his decision to instruct PCSOs not to attend parish council meetings.



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