Rachel took the opportunity to raise her constituents’ concerns with the local Chief Constable and Police and Crime Commissioner on a visit to Redditch.
On Tuesday (August 16th), Rachel was joined by Pippa Mills, Chief Constable for West Mercia Police, and Police and Crime Commissioner, John Campion, on visits to Headless Cross and Woodrow Centre.
In Headless Cross Rachel took the opportunity to raise issues such as speeding and anti-social driving in Oakenshaw.
They then visited Woodrow Centre where Rachel, the Chief Constable and the Police and Crime Commissioner got to see the success of the £430,000 Safer Streets Funding that has been invested in the Centre to provide security and safety for local residents.
Rachel said: “I’m grateful our Chief Constable and Police and Crime Commissioner took the time to visit Redditch once again to discuss my constituents’ concerns.
“I will continue to work closely with our police on a number of issues, be it speeding or tackling anti-social driving in Oakenshaw.
“It was also great to see how local residents are benefitting from the Safer Streets Funding that has been invested in Woodrow Centre. We’re seeing tangible results from the multi-agency approach in Woodrow Centre.”