Lively public meeting hosted by PFCC and Business Secretary heralds further engagement events
Posted Friday 26th January
Kemi Badenoch, Secretary of State for Business and Trade and MP for Uttlesford, joined Roger Hirst, Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex, at a lively public meeting in Great Dunmow last night.
More than 40 residents from across the district filled the Dourdan Pavilion in Great Dunmow, to listen to the latest policing initiatives in Uttlesford outlined by District Commander Chief Inspector Martin Richards.
This meeting was the latest in the PFCC’s schedule of public meetings which sees the PFCC visit each of the 14 districts in Essex to hear first-hand of fire and rescue service, policing and community safety issues.
The next PFCC public meeting will be held in Brentwood on Tuesday 30th January at the Mount Avenue Banqueting Hall, Hutton Masonic Hall, Mount Avenue, Brentwood CM13 2NS.
All residents of Brentwood District are invited to attend and give their views on policing, fire and rescue services and community safety to Roger Hirst, PFCC and a panel consisting of Chief Inspector Tina Cooper of Essex Police, Group Manager Mark Eaglestone of ECFRS and Dan Cannon, Manager Brentwood Community Safety Partnership.