Do you want to know the latest on crime trends and proactive policing operations in the Tendring district? Do you have a question for Essex County Fire and Rescue Service’s senior team? If so, make a date in your diary to come to a public meeting being held in Weeley, organised by the office of Roger Hirst, the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex.
The meeting is taking place on Wednesday, February 6, 2019 between 6.30pm and 8pm at the Weeley Council Offices in Thorpe Road, Weeley, CO16 9AJ.
Jane Gardner, Deputy Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex, is chairing this meeting.
She said: “Public meetings are a great way to hear directly from local communities about concerns they might have and areas of activity that are in place and working well. Very often a joint approach is the answer to a problem. We hold regular public meetings across the county and with a panel of experts on hand, these meetings are a great way to find the solutions together. Do come along whether you have criticisms, compliments or constructive comments to make. We want to hear them all because your voices matter.”
Joining Jane on the panel will be Chief Inspector Paul Wells, the District Commander for Tendring, as well as the area’s Group Manager Greg Keys from Essex County Fire and Rescue Service and a representative from the local Community Safety Partnership. A briefing document detailing crime trends and statistics for the area will be available ahead of the meeting on this website.
If your enquiry relates to operational policing or a crime please contact Essex Police here