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Police postpone women’s personal safety course in Thetford

Thetford news from the Bury Free Press
Thetford news from the Bury Free Press

Norfolk Constabulary has had to postpone a free course it is offering in Thetford for women who want to feel more confident about their personal safety.

Police in Tthe town will be teaming up with local personal safety expert Liz Clark during the event to give classes in personal safety and protection to women who have been affected by or a victim of crime or simply feel vulnerable or unsafe.

Liz will be sharing her advice on how to feel safe, whether out and about, travelling to and from work or in the home, having been a victim of crime herself many years ago.

A new date for the session has yet to be confirmed, but bookings will still be taken on a first come, first served basis.

For more information, contact Pc Tabitha Nolan at Thetford Police Station on 101 or email personalsafetycourse@norfolk.pnn.police.uk.


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