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PCC in conversation

PCC Sue Mountstevens is committed to making herself as accessible as possible to the local people of Avon and Somerset. Part of this includes hosting live web chats with different guests, on a regular basis and discussing a variety of topics. These web chats are an extension of the PCC's openness and accountability to residents and local people will be invited to submit questions as part of the live chat process.  The web chats can be viewed live at - www.facebook.com/AandSPCC - and a recording will be published on this page in due course.

13.03.17 - PCC Sue Mountstevens in conversation with Chief Constable Andy Marsh.  Questions asked were based around key themes including burglary, drugs and anti-social behaviour (ASB).

 

24.01.17 - PCC Sue Mountstevens in conversation with Chief Constable Andy Marsh. Questions asked were based around key themes including Tasers, Body Worn Video, Rural Crime and Fraud.

 

30.11.16 - PCC Sue Mountstevens in conversation with Chief Constable Andy Marsh. Questions asked were based around key themes including vulnerability, domestic abuse, modern slavery, police stations and mobile phones and speeding.

 

06.09.16 - PCC Sue Mountstevens in conversation with Chief Constable Andy Marsh. Questions asked were based around key themes including hate crime, mental health, recruitment and representative workforce.

 
 
 
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