Rutland’s community safety partnership is hosting two market day events for residents to come along and discuss any concerns they may have about community safety in their local area.
The Safer Rutland Partnership is a group made up of local agencies, including Rutland County Council, Leicestershire Police and Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service. The partnership works together, and with local communities, to reduce crime and promote safety throughout the county.
The first community safety event takes place at Oakham Market on Wednesday 13 April, followed by Uppingham Market on Friday 29 April. Rutland County Council’s Community Safety team will be joined by representatives from Leicestershire Police, the Council’s Road Safety team and Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service, as well as the health and social care organisation Turning Point. Residents will be able to ask questions and get helpful information about crime prevention, ways to keep safe and how to report any safety concerns where they live