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Keynsham to host PCC-Police public forum

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PCC Sue Mountstevens

Keynsham will be the host town for next month’s PCC-Police public forum.

If you live in the area and have a burning issue you’d like to raise or something you’d like to find out about policing in your community you now have chance to ask your Police and Crime Commissioner or local area commander. At the forum you’ll be able to find out more about policing in your area and then have the chance to put your questions to PCC Sue Mountstevens and Chief Superintendent Caroline Peters.

The event will be held at the Victoria Methodist Centre on Charlton Road between 7pm and 9pm on Thursday February 5th, 2015.

Speaking ahead of the event, Sue Mountstevens said: “These forums are always really interesting as it helps me find out what is important to local people, and gives those people the chance to get an answer to any important questions they might have. It’s important that we make the effort to meet people in their communities and I’m excited to be hosting the next forum in Keynsham. I hope people will consider coming along to raise issue and listen to the discussion.”

Chief Superintendent Caroline Peters, the area commander, said: “We need to hear from the community about what matters to them, so that we can make informed choices about policing the area.

“Input and feedback from residents and community members is hugely important to us and really does help us to shape policing policy. We are listening –  please do come and have your say.”

If you want to come along to the forum please click here to reserve your seat or alternatively phone 01275 816377 or email pcc@avonandsomerset.police.uk. Although not essential, questions should be emailed in advance to ensure any research needed to provide a comprehensive answer can be undertaken.

Posted on Thursday 15th January 2015
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