SA Police plan community forum in Murray Bridge
Officers want to know what locals think are the most pressing safety issues in the area.
What do you most want police to focus on in Murray Bridge?
Superintendent Scott Denny and his officers hope to find out at a community forum next Thursday night.
Superintendent Denny, the officer in charge of the Murray Mallee district, will talk about local crime trends and what police are doing about them.
Senior Constable Brenton Lind will discuss traffic issues, including deaths on country roads and hoon driving, and go over recent changes to traffic laws.
In return, police invite community members to share the safety issues most concerning to them, either on the night or by email in advance.
The forum will be held in the Steeple, at the senior campus of Unity College in Murray Bridge, from 6.30pm next Thursday, June 30.
Doors will open at 6pm.
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