March Area Panel Meeting

Wednesday 19 March


Vestry Hall, Burngreave Road


What have we done differently, or more intensively, after the fatal shooting of Jonathan Matondo?

Progress reports from

  • Paul Makin – Children and Young People’s Directorate, Sheffi eld City Council

  • Aide McWalter – South Yorkshire Police

  • Paul Billington – Activity Sheffield

  • Ronny Tucker – Youth Offending Service

  • David Gault – Sheffield Futures

Got any questions for area panel councillors on any aspect of the council’s services, or for local managers from Street Force, the Police and Sheffield Homes? If yes, come along and have your say!

Refreshments will be available at the beginning of the meeting.

Contact your area action team on (0114) 276 9134 for further details, or to let us know if you’ve any special requirements.

This meeting is a follow up to November's Area Panel meeting, and was reported in the February issue of the Burngreave Messenger.

Burngreave Vestry Hall. Agenda: response to fatal shooting of Jonathan Matondo
6:30am to 8:30am Wednesday 19 March 2008

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