Join The Conversation
Your chance to quiz the Chief Constable and Police Crime Commissioner about policing in your area
Chief Constable Darren Martland and Police Crime Commissioner David Keane will be hosting a series of ‘question time’ style events in community venues over the next few months as part of their commitment to bring back real neighbourhood policing to the county. They want to give Cheshire residents the opportunity to talk to them about the issues that matter most to their communities so they can ensure they are policed appropriately.
The police leaders will hold an event in each of Cheshire’s local policing units on Thursday evenings with the first event taking place in Ellesmere Port on 7th November.
“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.”
“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.”
Your local event will be held at:
Trinity Methodist Church, Ellesmere Port, CH65 0AT
Thursday 7 November
7pm - 8.30pm
There are a limited number of seats available on a first come first served basis.
Please contact Port Grocery / Trinity Methodist Church to book a seat.
Please check the Cheshire PCC website for further details www.cheshire-pcc.gov.uk