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Cambridgeshire proposes changes to neighbourhood model to save £1.7m

Chief Constable Nick Dean has announced proposed changes to the force's neighbourhood policing including halving the number of PCSOs and shutting nine enquiry offices.

Cambridgeshire's chief constable Nick Dean

Cambridgeshire's chief constable Nick Dean

Date - 21st October 2020
By - Chloe Livadeas
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Cambridgeshire Constabulary today (21 October) announced the proposed changes, which include: The reduction of PCSOs from 80 to 40. Cambridgeshire has already reduced its number of PCSOs by 65 per cent since 2010 The removal of the community...
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