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Durham (Coxhoe/Kelloe/Q Hill)

A local policing neighbourhood in Durham Constabulary

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Neighbourhood Priorities

To be updated from next PACT meeting

Issue Date Monday 22nd April 2024


Neighbourhood Events

Coxhoe/Kelloe/Q Hill PACT meeting
Wednesday 24th July 2024
from 5:30PM to 6:30PM
Coxhoe Village Hall Coxhoe, Durham

Police and Communities Together meeting to discuss community concerns, talk about the latest policing initiatives and results and to decide together what the PACT policing priorities for the area should be.

Coxhoe/Kelloe/Q Hill PACT meeting
Wednesday 21st August 2024
from 5:30PM to 6:30PM
Coxhoe Village Hall Coxhoe, Durham

Police and Communities Together meeting to discuss community concerns, talk about the latest policing initiatives and results and to decide together what the PACT policing priorities for the area should be.

Coxhoe/Kelloe/Q Hill PACT meeting
Wednesday 16th October 2024
from 5:30PM to 6:30PM
Coxhoe Village Hall Coxhoe, Durham

Police and Communities Together meeting to discuss community concerns, talk about the latest policing initiatives and results and to decide together what the PACT policing priorities for the area should be.

Coxhoe/Kelloe/Q Hill PACT meeting
Wednesday 13th November 2024
from 5:30PM to 6:30PM
Coxhoe Village Hall Coxhoe, Durham

Police and Communities Together meeting to discuss community concerns, talk about the latest policing initiatives and results and to decide together what the PACT policing priorities for the area should be.

Coxhoe/Kelloe/Q Hill PACT meeting
Wednesday 11th December 2024
from 5:30PM to 6:30PM
Coxhoe Village Hall Coxhoe, Durham

Police and Communities Together meeting to discuss community concerns, talk about the latest policing initiatives and results and to decide together what the PACT policing priorities for the area should be.

Neighbourhood Map

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