Cat's out the bag

By Louise Round | 06 April 2016

Recently I have spent a lot of time talking about safety with colleagues in my council and across the county.

Issues have ranged from feral cats and fly tipping – via the introduction of horseback mounted country watch teams – right through to how we ensure districts are plugged into mechanisms for preventing and detecting child sexual exploitation.

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