PCC Dhindsa completes 300th D383 visits

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The Commissioner visited locations in south Derbyshire on Friday as part of his #D383 tour to discuss issues and concerns with local residents.

His first visit was to Collycroft Ltd in Marston-on -Dove, where he was joined by local SNT officers, the agricultural chaplain and members of the Rural Crime Team. He discussed the importance of making the police aware of any concerns or issues in their local area and the ways the Rural Crime Team are able to support local communities, but they do need information to be able to do this effectively.
The next visit was to Twyford, where he was accompanied by PCSO Dunn. This is a very quiet village, with no particular issues reported by residents.
Mr Dhindsa’s third visit was to the Sale & Davys Playgroup at Barrow on Trent Village Hall, where he was joined by local SNT, Rural Crime Team, Rural Action Derbyshire, local primary school headteacher and chair of governors. Parking at school times was discussed along with police visibility and attendance at local parish council meetings. It was noted that the village is a lovely place to live.
He then moved on to Ingleby where he met residents at Ingleby Gallery. Residents reported heavy traffic through the village, with some concerns around speeding and thefts from vans. Ensuring issues are reported to the police was discussed, but residents felt this was a lovely area to live in.
The Commissioners fifth visit was to the Charnwood Alpaca Farm in Boundary, where he was joined by local SNT and the Rural Crime Team. This was reported to be a quiet area with no major issues to report by local residents.
The final visit was to the Dethick Hall in Hartshorne, and this marked the 300th visit of his D383 tour. He was joined by Rural Action Derbyshire as part of their Village Halls Week. Local services were on hand to talk to residents about services in their area, including South Derbyshire CVS, Citizens Advice and Foundation Derbyshire. South Derbyshire MP Heather Wheeler also attended along with local SNT, Rural Crime Team and Armed Response Unit. Local residents were able to discuss issues with the various partners, with no concerns being raised.

A video was produced during the day and available here

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