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Anti-cold calling signs to protect Bromley’s older residents

PUBLISHED: 14:11 13 September 2012

Julie Knight, Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinator for Murray Avenue, with Cllr Tim Stevens, Portfolio Holder for Public Protection and Safety.

Julie Knight, Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinator for Murray Avenue, with Cllr Tim Stevens, Portfolio Holder for Public Protection and Safety.

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New anti-cold calling signs in parts of Bromley will help tackle crime against older and more vulnerable residents.

Cllr Tim Stevens said: “The main purpose of setting up the zones is to empower residents to say no to cold callers and also to look out for those who may be particularly vulnerable.”


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