The September 2015 Whittle-le-Woods PACT report can be found here.
Police and Communities Together (PACT) Police and Communities Together, or PACT, is the name we give to making sure you have a say and involvement in how your local neighbourhood is policed.
The PACT process gives you the chance to meet your neighbourhood policing team every month, have a say on how your neighbourhood is policed and monitor our performance.
You can find out when and where your next PACT meeting is by entering your postcode into the 'My Area' section. At the PACT meeting you can tell your neighbourhood policing team what issues concern you. After discussion, a smaller group called a PACT panel decides on the top three policing priorities for the month.
The neighbourhood policing team will report back to the next meeting on progress on solving the issues - sometimes working with other agencies.
PACT meetings are open to everyone.
Meeting are at alternative venues in Whittle-le-woods (Village Hall) and Clayton-le-woods (Spring Meadow Community Centre). Details on the location of the next meeting can be found here: