Police open doors and welcome public for series of Marlow events

Police open doors and welcome public for series of town events

Police open doors and welcome public for series of town events

First published in News by , Reporter

POLICE in Marlow are giving residents a chance to meet officers and share information at a series of events at venues throughout the town.

The doors of Marlow’s Police Station on Dean Street will be thrown open to visitors on August 20 between 2 and 3.30pm.

As well as giving information and advice about the role of police and community support officers in the area, property marking of tools and bicycles will be offered free of charge to prevent thefts.

Little Marlow residents can meet the team on Saturday at the Church Road cricket pavilion between 9 and 11am.

And Bourne End Police Station will be receiving visitors later the same day between 1 and 3pm.

For dates of other events, or to arrange a visit from the Local Neighbourhood Team, call 101 or email MarlowNHPT2@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk

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12:10pm Thu 7 Aug 14

I know who I am says...

I wouldn't waste my time. The police didn't care about me when I had issues. I now have lost all the respect I had left for the police and that wasn't very much over the last couple of months
I wouldn't waste my time. The police didn't care about me when I had issues. I now have lost all the respect I had left for the police and that wasn't very much over the last couple of months I know who I am
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8:22am Thu 14 Aug 14

DonRockell says...

They would do better if they opened the doors to allow the public access to the police rather than hiding away and using Marlow Police station as their own private coffee shop.
They would do better if they opened the doors to allow the public access to the police rather than hiding away and using Marlow Police station as their own private coffee shop. DonRockell
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