It will give residents in the community a chance to discuss some of the crimes that they've experienced. The session will feature a Q&A, along with how to prevent these crimes moving forward.
ZORRA TOWNSHIP - Zorra Township, along with local OPP and the township's community policing committee are hosting an information session tonight.
It will give residents in the community a chance to discuss some of the crimes that they've experienced.
Mayor Marcus Ryan says people will be able to come together and let their voices be heard.
"What the committee is going to do is take what they hear from those residents and the committee will go away and at its next working meeting, they'll will talk about 'well what did we hear? What did people ask for?
What did they offer to do? And how do we think we can best manage that, what are the things we can do that might be effective?' And they'll consider those things and what there is to move forward with from there."
The session will feature a Q&A, along with how to prevent these crimes moving forward.
Mayor Ryan says it's open to the public.
"It's going to be much more about people reporting incidents in the first portion of the meeting, and then in the second portion it's going to be talking what are possible actions that the Township, OPP and residents could be taking to try to reduce the likelihood of these incidents happening in our community."
It will be inside the Beaty room in the Thamesford Library.
The meeting gets underway at 6:00pm.