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Gospel Oak residents urged to attend crime meeting

PUBLISHED: 10:42 29 January 2018 | UPDATED: 10:42 29 January 2018

The meeting will take place on Wednesday night

The meeting will take place on Wednesday night

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Gospel Oak councillors are encouraging the public to make the most of a meeting about crime in the area on Wednesday.

The event, at the Queen’s Crescent Community Centre on Wednesday January 31, will give residents the chance to discuss their concerns about anti-social behaviour, crime and community safety issues.

Community Safety and Emergency Management officers, the police, housing and other agencies will be attending the event.

Holborn and St Pancras MP Keir Starmer will be attending, along with Camden Council leader, Cllr Georgia Gould.

Gospel Oak councillor Marcus Boyland said: “We know public services are under stress in many areas but we would encourage residents to come along and help us guide our community safety resources for Gospel Oak and to share their concerns about crime and anti-social behaviour in the Gospel Oak.”

The event starts at 6.30pm, and anybody wanting to attend should email communitysafety@camden.gov.uk or call 0207 974 4444.

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