There is still time to book your place and put your policing questions to Avon and Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Sue Mountstevens and Chief Constable Andy Marsh at a public forum in Knowle, Bristol on Thursday, February 1.
Taking place at The Park Centre in Knowle, residents are encouraged to come along to see a presentation on local policing by the neighbourhood's Chief Inspector Nigel Colston and to share their views during a question and answer session.
PCC Sue Mountstevens said: “I am committed to continue making policing as accessible as possible, by giving residents the chance to put their questions openly and directly to me or the Chief Constable.
“I regularly visit Bristol and I am once again looking forward to the opportunity of hearing what residents have to say. I always welcome the chance to meet with local people and find out what they think about how their area is policed.
“At previous Bristol forums we’ve had questions on road safety, volunteering opportunities and police visibility. I hope those living in Knowle and the surrounding areas will take the time to put their questions to us at The Park Centre.”
Chief Constable Andy Marsh said: “We are fortunate to live in a very interesting and diverse police force area. With that comes varying policing needs, none more so than those needed to police the wide-ranging urban city of Bristol. That’s why it’s important we hear from residents on how they can help shape policing in the area.
“The forums give us the perfect opportunity to talk face-to-face about some of the challenges we’re experiencing in policing and how our local communities can help us to help them. I hope you can take the time to come along and share how you feel about your police service and neighbourhood policing teams.”
The forum will be will be held at The Park Centre, Daventry Rd, Knowle, Bristol BS4 1DQ between 6.45pm and 9pm. To register click here
You can also reserve your seat by emailing us or calling 01275 816377.
If you have any questions you would like to ask please email us in advance. We recommend you do this if you have a question that might need some research (e.g. regarding a specific issue in your area).
You can also tweet us your questions to @AandSPCC using the hash tag #YPCCYV
Posted on Friday 19th January 2018