A community forum hosted by police in Victor Harbor to chat face-to-face about local crime issues was well attended.
Approximately 60 local people met with police and discussed a range of topics such as queries about traffic, domestic violence, dry zones and issues regarding homelessness.
Local Service Area officer in charge, Superintendent Robert Williams and his staff provided an overview of the crime issues in the Victor Harbor district and then took questions at last night’s forum.
General feedback from community members suggested that the forum was well received. It provided community members with a good opportunity to interact with police and gain a greater understanding of the issues effecting the local community as well as raise their own concerns.
Police thank all who attended for their valuable input.
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