Operation Shield update

9 December 2015

The week-long initiative involving a partnership approach to delivery will continue in the approach to Christmas, with over 400 of the DNA kits deployed in the first week, Operation Shield has developed great momentum in helping promote crime reduction measures, along with other key messages within the community.

Councillor Dawson said: "I'm delighted that Lynn and I have been able to bring all our public sector partners together to support our more vulnerable residents in Frodsham through Operation Shield. I think this is the first time we have had Weaver Vale Housing Trust, the fire service, Frodsham Town Council, the police and CWaC together in Frodsham working on one project." Councillor Riley said: "We've had more than 400 DNA kits distributed and are aiming to have more than 100 more delivered in the run up to Christmas.  The benefits of Operation Shield go beyond helping people keep their property safe and deterring burglars. This has been a wonderful opportunity for our public sector partners to make contact with some of our more vulnerable residents."

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