A Swindon action week brings home safety messages
12:16pm Friday 24th August 2012 in News
A WEEK of action in East Swindon this week has been hailed as a success.
The week, which kicked off on Monday aimed to balance enforcement action with tackling enviro crime, such as litter and graffiti, as well as carrying out consultations with communities.
It has been organised by Swindon Community Safety Partnership in conjunction with the East Locality team, and involved a number of agencies, including Swindon Council departments such as housing,
localities, Trading Standards, highways, neighbourhood wardens and councillors.
During the week the team have visited locations including Marlowe Avenue, Shaftesbury Avenue, Eldene and Parks.
Richard Palusinski, Swindon Community Safety Partnership’s Head of Community Safety, said: “The Week of Action has enabled us to get some important safety messages across to the public.
The Swindon Safe Bus will be at Coate Water today offering free bike marking and registering between 11am and 2pm.
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