Joy riding, poaching and the effects of county lines, are just some of the topics that will be raised in a live question and answer session hosted by the West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner.
The event which be streamed live on Facebook, this Monday evening (24th June) focuses on rural crime, and gives members of the public the opportunity to put forward questions they would like the Commissioner to raise with the Chief Constable.
Members of the public still have the opportunity to submit advance questions via email to [email protected] before 5pm on Sunday 23rd June, or can take part live at 7pm on Monday and submit questions in the comments.
Commissioner John Campion said “Building safer, more secure rural communities is something that, I and the Chief Constable are committed to. I get clear feedback that this priority is shared by our communities.
I’m grateful to all those who’ve taken this opportunity, and would encourage others to take part. Holding the Chief Constable to account is an important part of my role, and this a great chance to give people, particularly those in more rural, remote communities, a say at the highest level.”
For more information about how you can take part click here.
Issued: Wednesday 19th June 2019