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Help on your crime worries.

Householders living in fear of crime in a Teesside town are being urged to come to drop-in advice sessions.

Victim Support project worker Chris Paul attends Belle Vue Community Sports and Youth Centre, Hartlepool, every Thursday from 11am to 1pm as part of an initiative funded by Hartlepool's New Deal for Communities (NDC) regeneration programme.

Chris and her team of volunteers are able to offer information, advice and comfort and direct people to other agencies that could help them.

The scheme has been expanded to the NDC central area with monthly advice sessions starting in the Osborne Road Centre, Osborne Road.

* For more details, contact Chris on 01429 287122 or Colin on 01429 894046.
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Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:Aug 2, 2003
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