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Community Wardens go rural!

PJ Whyte (Crime Prevention officer), Con. C. McCullough, Con. P. McKee and Karen Moore (Ballymena PCSP manager) along with town centre warden Billy Hamilton and rural community safety warden William Grey at the Ballymena Show. INBT23-234AC

PJ Whyte (Crime Prevention officer), Con. C. McCullough, Con. P. McKee and Karen Moore (Ballymena PCSP manager) along with town centre warden Billy Hamilton and rural community safety warden William Grey at the Ballymena Show. INBT23-234AC

The successful community safety wardens scheme, led by Ballymena Borough Council and supported by the PSNI, is being extended to rural parts of the borough.

Pictured here are Ballymena PSNI Neighbourhood officers with community safety wardens at the PCSP stand at Ballymena Show - PJ Whyte (Crime Prevention officer), Con. C. McCullough, Con. P. McKee and Karen Moore (Ballymena PCSP manager) along with town centre warden Billy Hamilton and rural community safety warden William Grey.

Inspector John Allen commented: “We are proud to support this scheme. Crime and the fear of crime are issues that severely affect people’s quality and enjoyment of life. The wardens should help to keep people safe when they are out and about and provide a visible and friendly presence.” INBT23-234AC

 

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