Residents in South Somerset have just one weeks to sign-up to the next public forum with Avon and Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner and the Somerset area police commander on Thursday, September 17, 6.45pm at Agusta Westlands Leisure Complex.
The public forum will give people living and working in South Somerset the chance to meet Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Sue Mountstevens and Chief Superintendent Ian Wylie and to ask any questions.
Communities are being encouraged to attend the event, to not only find out more about policing in their area but to also share their experiences, views and feedback with the PCC and the area’s commander.
PCC Sue Mountstevens said: “These forums provide the perfect opportunity for me to engage with the local community and find out what they think about how their area is policed. I strongly welcome all residents to come along and share their views.
“I know not everyone will be able to come along in person, but we’re more than happy to take questions in advance and you’ll be able to watch the session streamed live over the internet."
Area Commander Ian Wylie said: “Our local policing teams already work closely with our communities but we want to continue to build and strengthen these relationships.
“We want to hear directly from you – our local residents - about your concerns, your priorities and how you feel we can work for you to inform our work in the future. This forum will be a good opportunity for us to meet with people and discuss what matters to them.”
The forum will take place at Agusta Westlands Leisxure Complex, Westbourne Close in Yeovil from 6:45pm until 9pm.
Those wishing to attend can reserve tickets in advance at http://yeovil-forum.eventbrite.co.uk or alternatively call 01275 816377 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions you’d like to ask you can also email in advance. We recommend that you do this if you have a question that might need some research. You can also submit your questions via Twitter @AandSPCC using #YPCCYV.
It is not essential to book your place in advance however it does help us know what numbers to expect and to make sure that everyone gets a seat.
Posted on Wednesday 9th September 2015