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Security is naturally and understandably high on everyone's priority lists and we aim to keep Broughton as safe and secure as it can be.  We are really fortunate in that we have residents who volunteer as a Community Streetwatch Scheme covering all of Broughton and this group links in regularly with our local policing team who recognise the great work that is being done.  Broughton Parish Council meet regularly also with our local policing team and will always promote Broughton's best security and policing interests or concerns in wider forums.

Alongside Community Streetwatch, we also have streets and areas in the village who are members of the Neighbourhood Watch Scheme