Have your say in Canvey Island and Castle Point
The next Police and Crime Commissioner public meeting discussing crime and policing issues will be the second event in Castle Point district and will take place on Thursday November 7, 2013, starting at 6:30pm, in Canvey Island. Key issues will include house burglary, anti-social driving, alcohol policy, and any policing or crime subject that members of the audience wish to raise.
The briefing document can be accessed by clicking the link below, and will also be available at the meeting.
Castle Point Public Briefing Document 071113
The PCC aims to hold a public meeting in every district of Essex twice a year, working with colleagues from Essex Police, Community Safety Partnerships, district and unitary councils, partner organisations and the voluntary sector. These are important events for everyone who cares about the way their community is policed and who wants to know the facts about crime in their area.
Meetings have already taken place in Southend-on-Sea, Basildon, Chelmsford, Dunmow, Rochford, Colchester, Brentwood, Maldon, Burnham-on-Crouch, Epping, Harlow, Castle Point, Clacton, Thurrock, Rayleigh and Braintree, and the next event is scheduled for:
Time: 1830 to 2030,Thursday November 7, 2013
Location: Hall 2, The Paddocks, Long Road, Canvey Island SS8 0JA
A record of the first meeting in Castle Point, held on June 27, 2013, can be seen here:
The dates of all future meetings can be seen on the PCC website here:
Nick Alston said: “It is important that crime continues to fall in Essex – that we have fewer victims of crime and fewer people living in fear of crime. I am committed to the principle of local solutions for local problems, and to ensuring that police, partner agencies, the voluntary sector and residents work together as closely as possible to keep our communities safe.
“Each meeting will be two hours long. We’d love people to attend all the meeting, but if you can only make part of it, please still come along. I want your views to be part of the debate about how we can best keep the streets and countryside of Essex safe.”
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