Enthusiastic cadets join regulars in helping to prevent burglaries

PUBLISHED: 18:00 17 November 2012

Cadets helped the police to hand out crime prevention leaflets

Cadets helped the police to hand out crime prevention leaflets


Teenagers joined forces with officers to give out crime prevention advice to residents.

Havering’s Volunteer Cadet Corps took part in a day of action with Gooshays Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT).

The cadets helped to deliver 500 crime prevention leaflets to households in Harold Hill.

PCSO Alanna Yeomans, of Gooshays SNT, said: “I would like to thank all the cadets for their assistance. They were all extremely enthusiastic and performed their task to the very highest standard.”

Cadet Chloe Armstrong said: “I was delighted to be working to prevent crime in such a positive way. I like to think we may have helped to prevent many burglaries”.

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