Speeding, E-Scooters, noisy vehicles and work with partners were just some of the topics the public raised when the West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner put the public’s questions live to Chief Constable Pippa Mills.
Over 500 people watched and got involved in live streamed session, focused on road safety.
In 2021, there were 2111 collisions across West Mercia, with 707 people killed or seriously injured.
Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion said “I am committed to giving our communities the voice at the highest level, and these sessions gave the public the opportunity to get involved, ensuring their concerns are heard, and action is taken. I am grateful to all those who took the opportunity to take part. Road safety continues to be an issue our communities raise time and time again. I am glad to see that the force, and other local partners are working innovatively not only through enforcement, but to change driver behaviour and ultimately make our roads safer.”
Watch the Facebook live session, again here: https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?ref=watch_permalink&v=426595509156211
Keep an eye out for future opportunities to get involved on the PCC’s website: www.westmercia-pcc.gov.uk or on facebook, instagram and twitter: @WestMerciaPCC