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Essex: Your chance to question the chief constable
11:57am Wednesday 30th October 2013 in News
Do you have a question about crime or policing in Essex that you want to ask the Chief Constable?
You can either send it through in advance for the Police and Crime Commissioner to ask on your behalf, or you can attend the Essex Police Challenge on Monday November 4 and ask the question personally.
The major topics for the second Essex Police Challenge will be: - crime trends and police performance; - domestic abuse; - the next three years: the challenges and opportunities for policing in Essex.
Nick Alston said: "Everyone cares about crime and about how our county is policed. I want to use the meeting to launch a crucial debate about how policing will change and develop during the next few years. I also want to highlight the challenges of tackling domestic abuse. Much good work is going on, but we all need to do better.”
The next Essex Police Challenge meeting will take place on Monday November 4, 2013, from 6:30pm to 8:30pm, at: Chelmsford City Council Chamber Duke Street Chelmsford CM1 1JE
If you have a question you would like the PCC to ask the Chief Constable, please email it to: EssexPoliceChallenge@essex.pnn.police.uk
Alternately, you can write to the PCC’s office marking your envelope "Essex Police Challenge”: PCC for Essex 3 Hoffmanns Way Chelmsford Essex CM1 1GU There will also be an opportunity at the meeting for members of the audience to ask questions directly. As many as possible of the submitted questions will be asked during the meeting.
You can view a full record of first Essex Police Challenge event, held in August, here: http://www.essex.pcc.police.uk/2013/09/watch-the-first-essex-police-challenge/
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