Spotlight on Crime and Social Disorder in Heanor

The head of Nottingham Prison is to give a talk about the role of rehabilitating prisoners at a special meeting of the Council's Annual Crime and Disorder Scrutiny Committee. The event is to be held in Heanor at 7pm on Wednesday 9 November at the Wilmot Street Centre, Wilmot Street, Heanor, DE75 7EF.

Peter Wright of HM Prison Nottingham will give a presentation on the role of the Prison Service and the activities of Nottingham Prison in rehabilitating offenders.

If you've been affected by crime and social disorder, anti social behaviour or if you take an interest in the safety of your neighbourhood, this event is also an opportunity to meet the people responsible for policing in your area and to feedback about crime and disorder in Heanor and Langley Mill and the surrounding areas.

For more details or if you would like to participate in this meeting and register  question, please contact Sue Hewkin on 01773 841633 or email

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