Residents of Wimblington, Stonea, Doddington and Benwick are being invited to talk about their concerns with local police and other representatives.
Members of the district policing teams will be available at the events to answer questions and respond to any concerns.
The New Horizons Outreach Vehicle will be outside the Parish Hall in Addison Road Wimblington, on Tuesday, April 9, from noon until about 8pm.
Members of the public will be invited to complete a short questionnaire, the results of which will be used to identify community concerns and influence the multi-agency response.
On the same day there will also be a chance for residents to speak to police and local councillors at the Parish Hall in Addison Road, Wimblington between 6.30pm and 7pm.
There will also be representatives from both district and county councils to discuss community issues appropriate to them.
Sergeant Alan Boughen said: “This is an excellent opportunity for people to come and meet their local policing team and also raise any issues or concerns they have about their neighbourhood.
“We are seeking to get a wide cross section of opinions from people so officers will also be out in the villages on these days and leading up to the event talking to people.
“This is the public’s chance to speak to us in an informal way and we will listen to all their views and take action with partners agencies if necessary.”