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Fenland has seen warranted police officers increase six-fold since 2017

Cambridgeshire's Chief Constable has offered reassurances that Fenland will continue to be well policed despite plans to cut PCSO numbers across the force.

Speaking after his announcement this week on proposals that would see the number of PCSOs reduced by half from 80 to 40, together with the loss of six community safety officer posts plus the closure of nine enquiry offices and a further loss of six staff there, Chief Con Nick Dean admitted the decisions were not being made lightly.

But he explained changes needed to be made to save the force £1.7m to help plug a budget gap.

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