SPEEDINGS and anti-social behaviour have been highlighted as issues by residents of Manea and Chatteris.
Members of the public were invited to complete a short questionnaire by officers based in the Fenland Community Safety Partnership Crimebuster bus, outside the Royal British Legion Hall in East Street.
There was also a chance for residents to speak to police, local councillors and representatives of district and county councils inside the Royal British Legion Hall.
The priorities which have been set for police and partner agencies are to reduce anti-social behaviour in the Furrowfields Road area of Chatteris and to reduce speeding through Manea.
Sergeant Alan Boughen said: “I’m delighted people took the opportunity to come and meet their local policing team and raise any issues or concerns.
“We will now tackle the issues they have identified as being of most concern and report back the results at the next neighbourhood forum.”