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Public Spaces Drug Taskforce Engagement Event

Alert message sent 20/03/2019 09:15:00

Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

Live within the East Oxford tasking area? We want to hear your views on drugs in your community, and work to design solutions together!

If you live on Bullingdon Road, Hurst Street, St Mary's Road, Magdalen Road, Catherine Street or Hertford Street in East Oxford, we would love you to attend our community event on the 28th March at 1800.

In this fun and interactive event, you will work with other members of your community to identify and problem solve issues around drug use and dealing on your streets.

Communities are our biggest assets in tackling serious and organised crime, and we are looking forward to working with people passionate about making their community safer.

Please register your attendance here to ensure we have spaces for you on the night. All that pre-register will be entered into a raffle of goodies from businesses and organisations from across East Oxford as a thank you for your attendance.

Don't live in one of the streets listed above? Speak to your local neighbourhood teams about opportunities to get involved in tackling drug crime in your area!

This event is held by The Oxford Public Spaces Drug Taskforce, with special thanks to Ruskin School of Art.

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Owen Miller (Police, Problem Solving Team, Oxford)

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