An update from Worcester Park Safer Neighbourhood Team:
Out and about
Officers from Worcester Park Safer Neighbourhoods Team visited some of our eldest and youngest residents during a police community day of action on Thursday, 23 April.
PCs Neil Burns and Dave Morris and PCSOs Gary Weaving and Nadine Campbell spent an hour at the ‘Hello Morning’ at Christ Church with St Philip, Ruskin Drive. We chatted to pensioners as they enjoyed a cup of tea or coffee whilst playing Scrabble.
Later we chatted to mums and young children at Bronco’s American restaurant, Central Road which has a large soft play area for children aged 1 – 5 and attracts lots of mums and child minders.
PCSO Gary Weaving said: “We feel both engagements went very well and we will be popping in again”.
If you have any information to help us keep the local area safe, please contact us. Our details are below:
Worcester Park Safer Neighbourhoods Team:
Tel: 020 8649 3590
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