Be a part of PFCC Live Access
Pupils from across Essex are invited to join this free opportunity to take part in a LIVE Stream digital event and Q and A with the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex on Friday, 3rd March.
Essex secondary schools will come together to take part in PFCC Live Access, a series of live digital Q and A sessions streamed direct to classrooms in Essex and giving students the chance to put their questions directly to the PFCC.
The four sessions will take place at 10am, 11.30am, 12.30pm and 2.15pm and cover topics including:
- Introduction and the role of the police and fire services in local communities
- Knife Crime
- Water safety
- The future of police and fire services in Essex – inc Q & A
Schools are welcome to involve as many classes as they wish in the sessions, each of which has created to meet the PSHE National Curriculum syllabus. Broadcast via YouTube, the live sessions will address current high profile media topics and local issues, featuring live discussions with representatives from the Essex County Fire and Rescue Service and the PFCC’s Violence and Vulnerability Unit.
At 2.15pm, there will also be a Q and A session with Roger Hirst, the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex, as part of the live debate.
To register your interest and receive details of how to log on to each session of the PFCC Live Access, please complete the form below.
The Office of the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex will use and store the information you provide to respond to your enquiry. Your information will only be used for this purpose. In some circumstances the Office will need to share the data you provide with Essex Police or Essex Fire and Rescue Service in order to answer your enquiry.We store all correspondence for three years after which it will be deleted. You can withdraw your consent at any time.