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Crime watchdog appeal

PUBLISHED: 10:53 01 April 2010 | UPDATED: 11:30 12 August 2010

A GROUP which ensures crime is being tackled in the borough is looking for a new chairman.

A GROUP which ensures crime is being tackled in the borough is looking for a new chairman.

Howard Clark, executive chairman of Bromley Community Engagement Forum, has announced he is standing down in July.

The forum was created to hold to account Safer Bromley Partnership, which aims to reduce crime and keep residents safe.

Mr Clark said: "The role of chairman is a fantastic opportunity, one I have relished to hold and also learnt so much while carrying out. I know the next right person is out there to lead the organisation, on behalf of Bromley residents, and to help keep Bromley safe and a pleasant to live, work and play in."

The forum is also looking for community leaders to join its executive team, which helps the chairman deliver the forum's workload.

Mr Clark added: "If you care about your community, this is your chance to get involved at a borough-wide level and help shape policies of the future".

For more information, contact Amanda Evans on 0208 658 7168 or info@bcef.org.uk.


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