Cheshire’s chief constable and Police and Crime Commissioner will visit Macclesfield next Thursday and residents invited to put their questions about local policing.
The Chief Constable, Darren Martland and Police & Crime Commissioner, David Keane, want to give residents the opportunity to talk about the issues that matter most to their communities.
The Macclesfield event takes place on Thursday 5 December at 7 pm at Macclesfield Town Hall, SK10 1EA.
Chief Constable Darren Martland said: “Cheshire remains one of the safest places in the country to live, work and visit. This is thanks to the strong relationships our officers and police staff have forged with our communities to ensure that crime and anti-social behaviour is dealt with effectively. We rely on the public to identify any issues going on in their area and report problems such as dangerous driving, anti-social behaviour and drug dealers.”
“These events provide an opportunity for local residents to share their views and opinions on policing in Cheshire and will help shape our priorities going forward.”
Police and Crime Commissioner David Keane said: “As your elected representative for policing I want to ensure that our police service is accountable, visible and is delivering your priorities. This is your chance to meet with us and talk to us about key issues in your community and tell us if your local area is being policed effectively.”
Events have already taken place in Ellesmere Port, Northwich and Widnes. Further events will be held in Chester, Crewe, Runcorn and Warrington in the New Year. Check the Cheshire PCC website for further details www.cheshire-pcc.gov.uk
If you would like to submit a question for the Chief Constable or Police & Crime Commissioner ahead of the meetings, please email it to email@example.com