You, the local communities of Avon and Somerset, are invited to attend Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Sue Mountstevens’ Annual Meeting at the Somerset County Cricket Ground in Taunton on Thursday, June 25, 2015.
The Annual Meeting will focus on the strategic achievements of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner throughout 2014/15. At the meeting you will be able to hear from Sue along with presentations from other speakers.
The meeting, which will begin at 2pm, will also give guests the opportunity to ask any questions during an open forum session. Although not essential, anyone wanting to ask a question in advance is encouraged to submit it in advance so that the question can be answered as fully as possible.
Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens said: "The last year has seen continued changes in the nature and profile of offending and victimisation, alongside political and economic reform that is impacting upon all aspects of policing and criminal justice.
"It has also delivered many achievements including newly commissioned victim services providing enhanced support to those most in need, a multi-agency commitment to those experiencing mental health crises and over 3,800 people who have contacted me about their local policing concerns.
"I hope that people will find the annual meeting informative and I look forward to seeing and meeting with you on the day."
The meeting will be taking place in The County Room, Somerset County Cricket Ground, Taunton TA1 1JT between 1.45-4pm. You can see a larger copy of the invitation by clicking here.
If you would like to attend, please register in advance and reserve your seat here or by emailing email@example.com or calling 01275 816377 by Friday, June 19.
We will be live tweeting from the Annual Meeting and you can join in or follow what’s happening using the hash tag #PCCAnnualMeeting.
At last year’s Annual Meeting the Commissioner outlined her vision for victim services and her integrated approach to victim care. Amongst a broad range of topics raised were road safety and the use of speed cameras, police station re-locations, the independent custody visiting scheme and anti-social behaviour. To read the PCC’s Annual Report for 2013/14 click here. The 2014/15 will be published online in advance of the meeting with summary copies available in print at the meeting.
To keep up to date and to find out more about the work being done by the PCC and her team by visiting the PCC’s website – www.avonandsomerset-pcc.gov.uk or follow us on Twitter and Facebook.
Posted on Thursday 14th May 2015