Labour would put ‘eyes and ears on the ground’ with neighbourhood policing plan

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Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer and shadow home secretary Nick Thomas-Symonds meet members of Sussex Police while visiting Worthing in Sussex during the Labour Party conference. They are joined by John Apter, chairman of the Police Federation, and Chief Inspector Sarah Leadbetter. It comes as the party has pledged to “bring back neighbourhood policing” with a plan to boost the “eyes, ears and boots on the ground” and a major recruitment drive for volunteer officers.

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