Highlighting police work in Exmouth

07:00 17 August 2012

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Exmouth police are inviting people along to open surgeries throughout the town to highlight the work of the force

Police are inviting Exmouth residents to have their say when officers will be in town on Thursday, August 24 as part of a force-wide day of action.

The aim of the day is to highlight the work of Devon and Cornwall Police, agree local police priorities and raise awareness of what the force should or should not be doing.

The police will be at The Strand and Brixington Parade from 9am until 10am and at Littleham Cross and the Magnolia Centre from 2pm-3pm.

Ben Tithecott, Withycombe Raleigh Police Community Support Officer, said: the event was an ‘ideal’ opportunity for the public to liaise with police, adding: “Officers will be keen to answer any questions to the best of their abilities.”

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