Our Latest Community Reporter
Greater Manchester Police’s latest community reporter, Mike Lehan, went on patrol with members of the local Neighbourhood Policing team in Moss Side.

Mike (@M1ke on Twitter) toured the area to see first-hand some of the work being done by GMP and partner agencies to reduce crime and keep the community in the area safe.

While on patrol, Mike tweeted his thought about the experience and will publish a blog later in the week will also be posted on the GMPs Facebook page.

The community reporter scheme is part of the Force’s myGMP imitative, which aims to allow the public different ways to comment and give feedback on local policing issues and matters of concern.

If you would like to become a community reporter and go on patrol with your local officers, visit www.gmp.police.uk/mygmp for more information and details of how to apply.


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