As the public’s voice in policing, Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion is hosting a virtual Community Conversation on Facebook Live on Wednesday 1 November.
Focusing specifically on firearms licensing, it will be an opportunity for communities across West Mercia to raise their views, experiences and confidence in the current performance of the Firearms Licensing Unit (FLU).
Taking place from 6.30pm to 7.30pm, the virtual event follows the PCC raising significant concerns as key outcomes in the unit were falling, failing the reasonable expectations communities expect.
Outlining the work of the FLU and answering questions submitted by the public, Chief Inspector Callie Bradley from West Mercia Police will also join the PCC on the Facebook Live.
Questions can be submitted beforehand by emailing [email protected]. Alternatively, they can be asked live on the ‘West Mercia PCC’ Facebook page.
Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion said: “I hear regularly from residents, business owners, MPs and councillors about the current delays. The Facebook Live session, builds on the successful Community Conversation event which took place in Herefordshire, allowing communities across West Mercia to get involved.
“I look forward to talking to and answering the public’s questions on Wednesday 1 November on the West Mercia PCC Facebook page.”