Questions About Policing In Your Community
Have your say on rural crime!
What crime issues are important to you? What would make your community safer?
Please submit your questions to the PCC , and he will put them to West Mercia Police Chief Constable, Anthony Bangham.
Watch live on Facebook: @WestMerciaPCC, Monday 24th June 2019, 7pm.
How will it work?
You can get involved, and ask a question, in the following ways:
- Send us a comment or a private message on Facebook (@WestMerciaPCC)
- Email us at email@example.com
- Comment during the live broadcast
Like to know more?
- Drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Find us on Facebook and Twitter: @WestMerciaPCC
To keep it fair for everyone to ask a question, the following will apply:
- Questions must be focused on rural crime
- Questions in advance must be submitted before 5pm on Sunday 23rd June, and a limited number of questions submitted during the live event will be asked during the broadcast.
- We’ll endeavour to put as many of your questions as we can to the Chief Constable, on a first come, first served basis, but we may not get to them all.
- If we are unable to answer your question during the livestream, and you would like a follow up from the police, we encourage you to contact your local policing team, who’s details can be found here.
- Primarily the questions will be asked by the PCC to the Chief Constable, on behalf of the public, although some questions directly for the PCC will be welcomed.
- Unless you ask to remain anonymous, your first name will be read out during the broadcast.
- Questions will be limited to one per person.
- Please keep your questions, concise- some wording may be abbreviated for the purpose of the live stream and/ or asked collectively when a number of people ask a similar questions.
- We know you have busy lives so in case you miss the livestream watch it back afterwards right here or on Facebook: @WestMerciaPCC
- Our privacy statement sets out details as to how we manage data –read more here.
- Questions may not be used if:-
- Insufficient detail has been provided to enable a proper response to be provided
- It does do not relate to budget
- It is defamatory, frivolous or offensive
- It is substantially the same as a question which has been put at a meeting in the past six months; or is being asked by another member of the public. (Read minutes from previous holding to account meetings here))
- It requires the disclosure of confidential or exempt information (for example if it relates to a current operational matter)
Your Questions on Police Budget
On Monday 10th December, PCC John Campion put your questions on police budget to Chief Constable Anthony Bangham.
Watch the full Facebook live stream here:
To watch the live stream, broken down by question topics, click below:
The first Public Holding to Account Meeting was held in June 2018, focused on policing in your community. Watch the Livesteam here.
Watch this space for further opportunities to get involved.