Come and talk to Police Chief's in Ellesmere Port about Policing Issues - 25 November 7pm

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Cheshire′s Chief Constable Simon Byrne and Police & Crime Commissioner for Cheshire John Dwyer are inviting members of the public in Ellesmere Port and Neston to tell them what they want from the police in the next in a series of engagement events across Cheshire.

The Force′s ‘Working Together′ events are taking place in colleges, universities and venues across nine of the county′s biggest towns. The next one will run West Cheshire College, off Sutton Way, CH65 7BF on 7pm – 8pm on Wednesday 25 November 2015.

The idea is to allow the community to speak to neighbourhood officers to discuss localised crime and disorder issues, ideas and priorities, as well as receiving crime prevention advice and information before joining with stakeholders from the local area to hear the strategic vision from Mr Byrne and Mr Dwyer. A similar event was held in Chester last month.

It is hoped that by working together, the police and the public can improve the service the Force provides, and ensure it is meeting the needs of the communities it serves. Members of the audience will also be asked to vote on policing priorities for their town or area.

And you can even participate from the comfort of your living room, as each meeting will be webcast live. Viewers at home will be able to log onto the Cheshire Police website from around 7pm and act as they would if there in person, asking questions and voting on priorities via email or Twitter using the #WTeport hashtag.

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Jennifer van Deursen (Cheshire Police, Media Officer, Chesh Engagement Unit)

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