Wednesday, March 12, 2008
Last night's quarterly public meeting staged by the Brigg Neighbourhood Policing Panel attracted a good number of people from the town and surrounding area to the Angel Suite.
Brigg's Coun Tom Glossop chaired the meeting, and Insp Brett Rutty, head of rural policing, revealed up-to-date crime figures.
Among topics raised by members of the public was parking on double yellow lines in Grammar School Road South and (by Coun Carl Sherwood, pictured) the number of vehicles to be seen in the pedestrianised town centre.
The main issues from Insp Rutty's interesting police report, including the latest crime trends, will be reported in Tuesday's Brigg Extra page in the Scunthorpe Telegraph. The full report will then be posted on Brigg Blog.