On Monday 30 January 2023 PCC John Campion will be holding a live Facebook session where he will put your questions on public confidence in policing to Chief Constable Pippa Mills.
Public confidence remains a central priority for the PCC as the communities of West Mercia need to have a police service they can both trust and rely on.
The event will be streamed live on Facebook on Monday 30 January from 6:00pm, and gives members of the public the opportunity to put forward questions they would like the PCC to raise with the Chief Constable.
Members of the public can get involved by submitting their questions in a number of ways.
- Emailing [email protected]
- Leaving a message or direct message on any of the PCC’s social media pages
- Sending a voice note or message on WhatsApp 07866215169
- Recording a voice note with one of the PCC’s team. Keep an eye on the PCC’s social media to find out where they will be
All questions should be submitted before 12pm on Monday 30 January. They can also be submitted on the live stream.
PCC John Campion said: “Public confidence is a topic I am constantly receiving feedback on and remains a top priority for both myself and the Chief Constable. It is important that the communities of West Mercia are confident and trust the service they receive from West Mercia Police.
“Holding the Chief Constable to account is an important part of my role. I want to give you a chance to have your say at the highest level and make a difference to our community. That is why I am encouraging you to submit your questions and have your voice heard.”
For more information about how you can take part visit: https://www.westmercia-pcc.gov.uk/monitoring-your-police-force/