Exmouth police to tackle East Budleigh concerns

EAST Budleigh residents are being asked for their views about village life from the local police team.

EAST Budleigh residents are being asked for their views about village life from the local police team.

The invitation comes after officers revealed how previous concerns raised by the village's Partners and Communities Together (PACT) group were being tackled, or had been solved.

In 2009 residents identified dog fouling, speeding tractors through the village and speeding vehicles along the main East Budleigh road as their main concerns.

Police community support officer Malcolm Maguire said: "Now is the time to conduct a new survey to ascertain if the current areas of concern are still valid and to highlight some, if any, new ones."


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Residents can take part in the Your Neighbourhood, Your Voice survey by either:

* Completing and post the PACT postcards in the post-box found inside the village information point, at the village hall.

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* Speak with PCSO Maguire at the next scheduled police surgery on April 22, 10am - 11am, at the information point.

* Call police HQ on 08452 777 444 and request a home visit from PCSO Maguire - or stop him while he on patrol.

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