Compiled by The Bedford Citizen

As part of its Community Open House series, the Bedford Police Department invites the residents to participate in the next session on Wednesday, June 26. The discussion, “Public health emergencies, what police can do before Emergency Medical Services arrive,” is expected to be interesting.

Held in the Police Station Training Room the open house and program will begin at 6:30 pm and finish at 9. There will be time after the presentation for an open forum to discuss matters of concern to the community.

Our goal is to introduce as many officers to the community as possible, to hold informational sessions and have a discussion period to follow up on the topic as well as give time to discuss what is on your mind with regards to modern policing.

“We want people to know who we are and what we do,” said   Lt. James Graham. He went on to say that the forums are a great tool for understanding each other in today’s policing environment, and a way to be prepared to help make solutions together to make tomorrow a better place for all residents, visitors, commuters and all citizens.

“It is also a great opportunity to meet the people who serve their community as police officers,” Lt. Graham continued. “The forums allow the police to meet the people they serve in a positive environment. We are looking forward to meeting you, showing you who we are and not only what we do but why we do it.”

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