Two new faces on the beat

RESIDENTS in the west of Ipswich are to see two new faces walking the beat in their area.Pc Louise Rosher, who has been in the police force for four years, is the new community police officer for the Triangle and Chantry Estates, while Pc Noel Perrier, who has been a serving officer for 16 years, will be covering the Broomhill ward of the town.

RESIDENTS in the west of Ipswich are to see two new faces walking the beat in their area.

Pc Louise Rosher, who has been in the police force for four years, is the new community police officer for the Triangle and Chantry Estates, while Pc Noel Perrier, who has been a serving officer for 16 years, will be covering the Broomhill ward of the town.

Both officers are looking forward to the challenges of their new roles and hope to make a positive impact within their respective communities.

Talking about her new role, Pc Rosher said: "I am looking upon this as a challenging role and am looking forward to meeting and getting to know the local residents.


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"It is important for me to be recognised as approachable, but also to act as a deterrent, to work with all members of the community and build relationships, offer reassurance, reduce the communities worry and fear of crime and help towards improving peoples quality of life."

Pc Rosher's area embraces the residential area around Dickens Road, Hadleigh Road and London Road, as well as covering the Hadleigh Road Industrial Estate and surrounding business areas. She will also be responsible for Chantry infant and junior schools.

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As community beat bobbies, both officers will be working closely with local neighbourhood watch co-ordinators and resident associations to ensure particular areas of concern are patrolled and individual problems tackled, in a bid to provide reassurance within the communities.

Pc Perrier, added: "I am not a stranger to this job and have done it before when I was working in Eye.

"The public definitely appreciates seeing officers walking the beat and our presence is often a bigger enough deterrent and the public likes us to have a high visibility."

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