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Corsham NPT prepare to move in to campus

Corsham NPT prepare to move in to campus

Corsham’s Neighbourhood Policing Team are preparing to move this month from their present base in Priory Street to the town’s new Springfield Community Campus.
The police officers and Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) are due to relocate to their new home in Beechfield Road on Wednesday 10 September
Springfield Community Campus is the first of 18 being developed by Wiltshire Council over the next few years. The addition of the Neighbourhood Policing Team is part of the campus programme to improve the delivery of local services in communities, while making maximum and efficient use of public sector buildings.
Corsham Neighbourhood Policing Team Sergeant Nick Cooke is delighted to be moving into the new campus with his team.
He said: “It’s a modern building with up-to-date facilities and smart new surroundings which will make it so much nicer for us to meet people for face-to-face consultations.
“The services we provide to the local community won’t change – it’s very much ‘business as usual’ and the reception staff will be able to signpost visitors to where they need to go for more information or help.”
Jonathon Seed, cabinet member for campuses said: “We are delighted to be welcoming the Neighbourhood Policing Team to the Springfield Community Campus. This is the next stage in the development of the campus which is helping to put policing at the heart of local facilities in Corsham.”


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