Councillor Teams-Up with Police for Joint Drop-in Surgery

>> 20 March 2015

Recently-elected Troup SNP councillor Ross Cassie is joining forces with Police Scotland to hold a joint surgery for local people.

Local residents will be able to meet Councillor Cassie and a local Community Police Officer either together or individually should they wish in Macduff, Crudie and Rosehearty, starting with Macduff on Wednesday.

Commenting on the initiative, Troup councillor Ross Cassie, a former West Midlands police officer himself, said:

"I’m pleased to be able to offer this initiative, which will also be useful in terms of forming a good joint working relationship with local police officers.

“Some of the issues both myself and colleagues in the police deal with individually involve matters for both the police and the council so it therefore seemed sensible to offer the opportunity for people to meet with us together, but we’re equally happy if people wish to see us individually.

"I'm very grateful to Police Scotland for making themselves available for these surgeries."

Councillor Cassie will be holding joint surgeries with a local Community Police officer on -
  • Wednesday 25 March at Knowes Hotel, 43 Market Street, Macduff from 6.30pm to 7.15pm,
  • Tuesday 31 March at Crudie Primary School, Crudie, from 6.30pm to 7.00pm, and
  • Thursday 2 April at Fordyce Street Hall, Fordyce Street, Rosehearty from 6.45pm to 7.30pm.

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