Gedling MP Tom Randall calls on Government for help in tackling crime around Colwick and Netherfield

Tom Randall has written to Home Secretary Priti Patel supporting a bid for £250,000 from the Safer Streets Fund that would be used to tackle crime in the village and neighbouring town.

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An MP has called for Government support to help tackle anti-social behaviour in Colwick and Netherfield.

Tom Randall has written to Home Secretary Priti Patel supporting a bid for £250,000 from the Safer Streets Fund that would be used to tackle crime in the village and neighbouring town.

The bid was submitted to the Home Office by Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner Caroline Henry

The Government has introduced the Safer Streets fund to provide cash to help combat anti-social behaviour.

Mr Randall said the money would be used to make public spaces feel safer, fund enforcement activity and crime prevention.

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He requested that bid is given ‘priority consideration’ by the Home Secretary and Home Office.

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