Mr Hirst will be coming to the area on Monday, November 20, 2017. The event, which starts at 6.30pm, is open to everyone. Mr Hirst will be joined by panel members Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner Jane Gardner, Chief Inspector Lewis Basford plus representatives from the Community Safety Partnership including Epping Forest District Councillor Sam Kane and Essex County Fire and Rescue Service.
Details of current crime trends and ongoing operations will be discussed at the meeting. Anybody going along will have the opportunity to put their questions and concerns to the panel.
It is being held at the Council Chamber in the Civic Offices in High Street, Epping, from 6.30pm to 8pm.
Roger Hirst said: “I welcome the opportunity to meet with local residents and I urge everyone who wants to have their say on community safety issues in the area to come along.”
Safer, Greener and Transport Portfolio Holder Councillor Sam Kane said: “If you have a concern or wish to know more about the way our district is policed these meetings are great opportunities to ask your questions.
“The district has such a strong sense of community, and events like these are vital in ensuring we all feel safe and protected. So come along and help the police understand the issues you’re facing, let’s work together to make our district a safer place to live.”
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