Watch the live #AskSue webcast here :
Read the Q&A from #AskSue live webchat here
People were invited to send in their questions for Sue's first live "#askSue" live webcast, which took place on Thursday, May 29 at 7pm .
There was an independent interviewer from the Bristol Evening Post - Crime Reporter Dan Evans, who put public questions to Sue in a live 30 minute interview.
Dan chose which questions to put to the PCC– who did not see the questions before the live interview. Dan got through as many issues as possible but wasn’t able to ask every question - combining some questions on similar issues.
Sue said: “It’s really important to me that local people get the chance to talk to me and ask me their questions about policing, community safety and criminal justice matters.
“I see #askSue as an extension of my openness and accountability to residents and I welcome your honesty and variety of questions. It is only by hearing from you about the things that matter to you, that I can truly be your voice in policing.
“Now is your chance to ask me those questions and I want to hear from you. Help me, to make a difference in policing, for you and your community.