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Shire president and police listen to first-hand crime accounts

South Western Times

Dardanup shire councillors and police representatives met Eaton residents concerned by youth crime in the vicinity of Eaton Fair this week.

Shire president Mick Bennett said it was an opportunity to hear first-hand from affected residents near the shopping centre.

“We had some discussions about what might work and what might not work,” he said.

“We’ve got some points to discuss further and some things to take to relevant departments.

“We might try half a dozen things before we get one that works – this isn’t an area we’d normally get involved in but we’ll certainly look at what we can do.”

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