Phil Wragg the current Governor of Belmarsh Prison talks to Beckenham

Following last summers riots public interest in anti-social behavior, crime and justice is high.  So far over 24 people have been sentenced (some to imprisonment) for their part in the disorder within our borough during the riots.  How do we reduce such offending?

8pm Wednesday 21st March at Beckenham Public Hall, Bromley Road (doors open 7.45)

Phil Wragg the current Governor of Belmarsh Prison (our closest prison) is guest speaker at our meeting for residents and local businesses next week. Want to know what goes on behind prison doors? Want to know how to cut reoffending? Want to know how communities can help? Why not come along on Wednesday to hear Mr Wragg’s lively talk and interactive Q&A session.

Open Meeting Flyer

The open meeting is open to all residents and businesses of Beckenham. Those interested in or who are members of the Copers Cope Area Residents’ Association (CCARA)  may wish to stay on after Mr Wraggs talk for the CCARA AGM.

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