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Commissioner talks to community about crime concerns

Tony Lloyd talks to Clayton residents about police and crime concerns

Greater Manchester’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Tony Lloyd, has been door-to-door talking to residents in Clayton as part of a multi-agency operation to tackle organised crime.

On Saturday 8 December, Tony joined officers from Greater Manchester Police and Deputy Leader of Manchester City Council, Councillor Jim Battle, and Councillors Mike Carmody and Mick Loughman, listening to residents’ concerns about crime and reassuring them about the work that’s been being done to target criminals in their community.

This is part of a wider operation to tackle organised crime groups across Greater Manchester, which is being unveiled by Greater Manchester Police today (Tuesday 11 December).

Tony with GMP officers and local councillors in Clayton

Tony said: “The residents I spoke to on Saturday are rightly concerned about crime and the control these criminal networks have within their community. We cannot allow our communities to live in fear which is why I’m committed to tackling this problem head on.

“The police can’t do this alone. Local councils and criminal justice agencies need to play their part and work with community groups to bring real, long term change, making it impossible for criminal groups to operate and bring misery to our communities. This operation is a welcome example of the partnership working I want to build across Greater Manchester.

“We also need to build trust between the community and the police and involve residents in the solution so that they feel confident in reporting crime and talking to agencies, knowing that their information will be acted upon.”

Councillor Jim Battle said: “We’re pleased the new Commissioner is visiting Clayton to reassure our residents that the police are standing together with the community to drive out crime.”

Greater Manchester’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Tony Lloyd, has been door-to-door talking to residents in Clayton as part of a multi-agency operation to tackle organised crime.

 

On Saturday 8 December, Tony joined officers from Greater Manchester Police and Deputy Leader of Manchester City Council, Councillor Jim Battle, and Councillors Mike Carmody and Mick Loughman, listening to residents’ concerns about crime and reassuring them about the work that’s been being done to target criminals in their community.

 

This is part of a wider operation to tackle organised crime groups across Greater Manchester, which is being unveiled by Greater Manchester Police today (Tuesday 11 December)

 

Tony said: “The residents I spoke to on Saturday are rightly concerned about crime and the control these criminal networks have within their community. We cannot allow our communities to live in fear which is why I’m committed to tackling this problem head on.

 

“The police can’t do this alone. Local councils and criminal justice agencies need to play their part and work with community groups to bring real, long term change, making it impossible for criminal groups to operate and bring misery to our communities. This operation is a welcome example of the partnership working I want to build across Greater Manchester.

 

“We also need to build trust between the community and the police and involve residents in the solution so that they feel confident in reporting crime and talking to agencies, knowing that their information will be acted upon.”

 

Councillor Jim Battle said: “We’re pleased the new Commissioner is visiting Clayton to reassure our residents that the police are standing together with the community to drive out crime.”

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