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Your voice matters – have your say on policing in your area.

As your voice in policing, PCC John Campion has launched the Community Conversation.

Come along to your local event and talk to the PCC about his work to build a safer West Mercia. You will be able to put your questions to the PCC and voice your experiences and thoughts on policing in your area.

Roads Focus

Committed to making West Mercia’s roads safer, PCC John Campion’s campaign to give communities a platform to voice their road safety concerns has returned.

Starting in Herefordshire, the PCC will be bringing together West Mercia Police alongside local councils and council highway teams to address local road issues.

Further information about the events can be found here.

Previous events

PCC John Campion‘s Community Conversation took place on Tuesday 27 February.

Thank you to everyone in the community who attended to have their voice heard by the PCC, We Don’t Buy Crime team and local officers.

The main concerns that we raised include retail related crimes, ASB and speeding.

PCC John Campion‘s Community Conversation took place on Friday 16 February with a focus on Retail Crime.
Thank you to business owners from the town and surrounding area who popped-in and talked to the PCC and officers from West Mercia Police about their concerns.
Topics of discussion mostly focused on burglary and ASB.

PCC John Campion‘s Community Conversation took place on Wednesday 24 January.
Thank you to residents from the town and surrounding area who popped-in and talked to the PCC and officers from West Mercia Police about local policing.
Topics of discussion largely focused on road safety concerns with the PCC committed to making roads safer in West Mercia.

PCC John Campion returned to Pershore, following his Community Conversation in May, to provide an update to residents following a call for change.

The PCC was also joined by West Mercia Police’s Temporary Chief Constable Alex Murray and South Worcestershire Area Commander, Superintendent Rebecca Love, who gave an update on the work being done in and around Pershore to tackle concerns and improve the visibility and accessibility of officers.

Read more about the event here. 

PCC John Campion hosted a virtual Community Conversation on Facebook Live focusing on firearms licensing.

Taking place on Wednesday 1 November the PCC was joined by DPCC Marc Bayliss, and West Mercia Police’s Chief Inspector Callie Bradley who answered questions submitted by the public.

The full stream can be viewed on YouTube. 

PCC John Campion‘s Community Conversation took place on Wednesday 25 October.
Thank you to residents from the town and surrounding area who popped-in and talked to the PCC and officers from West Mercia Police about local policing.
Topics of discussion largely focused on road safety concerns with the PCC committed to making roads safer in West Mercia.

More than 55 members of the shooting community attended a Community Conversation event hosted by PCC John Campion in Hereford on Wednesday 2 August.

Bringing together the PCC, West Mercia Police and The British Association for Shooting and Conservation, the event was an opportunity to talk and listen to concerns about the length of time it’s taking to get or renew a firearms licence.

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For residents who were unable to attend the event, you can contact the PCC by emailing [email protected]

PCC John Campion visited Kington for his second Community Conversation event to hear from residents.

The PCC was pleased to meet so many from the local community and hear about the concerns and priorities that matter to them such as speeding, ASB and police visibility.

For residents who were unable to attend the event, you can contact the PCC by emailing [email protected]

 

Following the Community Conversation event that took place in Pershore in May, PCC John Campion is using his powers to address concerns raised by residents.

This webpage is full of the work taking place in Pershore.

Delivering on calls to return to Pershore, a follow-up Community Conversation event will take place on Wednesday 15 November at Pershore Town Hall from 6pm to 8pm. The PCC looks forward to seeing you there!