Have your say in Loughton and Epping Forest
The next Police and Crime Commissioner public meeting discussing crime and policing issues will take place in Loughton on Thursday October 24, 2013, starting at 6pm. The meeting will be chaired by Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner Lindsay Whitehouse. Key issues will include burglary, bogus callers, the district’s busy and vibrant night life, 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.
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: 1800 to 2000, Thursday October 24, 2013
Location: Loughton Community Centre, 106 Borders Lane, Loughton IG10 3SB
A record of the first meeting in Epping Forest, held on May 23, 2013, can be seen here:
The dates of all future meetings can be seen on the PCC website here:
Lindsay Whitehouse said: “It’s important that communities can talk directly with those entrusted with helping to keep them safe, so please come along and have your say on the crime and policing issues that matter to you.
“The meeting will last two hours but if you can only make part of it, we’d still be delighted to see you.”
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