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Happy Christmas from the Tettenhall police team

Happy Christmas from the Tettenhall police team

It’s been a productive few weeks especially in relation to meeting quite a few new faces.

On the 6th December I attended the FACTAR meeting (Finchfield & Tenants and Residents Meeting), on Thursday 15th December I attended the Tettenhall & District Police Liaison Public Meeting, which was very well attended.

I came away from both meetings with some actions to address, and the team & I have been, and will be, looking into most of the concerns raised. Some will be directed to more appropriate agencies.

On Wednesday 25th January 2012 I will be attending the Tettenhall, Tettenhall Wood & Sandy Hollow Tenants & Residents Meeting, 7pm at The Kings School. If you can make it, it would be great to see you.

In the meantime the Tettenhall Regis & Tettenhall Wightwick Neighbourhood Policing Team at Tettenhall Police Station would like to wish you all a “Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year”.

We would also like to wish a “Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year” to our colleagues throughout West Midlands Police, our Partners at West Midlands Fire Service & West Midlands Ambulance Service, as well as Bethune & Martin, the Local Neighbourhood Wardens and Steve the Constituency Support Officer.

Furthermore we would like to wish a “Happy Christmas” to all the team at tettenhall website and we Thank them for their time & support.

See you in the New Year,

Regards

Dave & the Team



About Police Sgt 2094 Dave Willetts


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