A NEWLY formed Logan community policing board will give locals a say on crime issues and identify strategies to address societal issues associated with crime and community safety.
Chairperson of the new committee, Logan district officer chief superintendent Marty Mickelson said the Logan community policing board is made up of a number of people who each represent key stakeholder groups from the Logan community which encompasses the Logan City Council and part of the Scenic Rim Council area.
“It is envisaged each community policing board will utilise the great depth of talent and collective skills, knowledge and professional networks that each member brings to the committee,” he said.
Chief superintendent Mickelson said at least four community policing board meetings would be conducted each year, wherein contemporary themes which impact on the broader Logan community would be identified and addressed.
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