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Come and quiz Cheshire's Top Cops tomorrow at 7pm

Alert message sent 06/10/2015 10:53:00

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Cheshire′s Chief Constable Simon Byrne and Police & Crime Commissioner for Cheshire John Dwyer are inviting members of the public in Chester to tell them what they want from the police in the next in a series of engagement events across the county.

The Force′s ‘Working Together′ events are taking place across the county′s biggest towns. The next one will run at West Cheshire College, Eaton Road, Handbridge, CH4 7ER from 6.45-8.15pm on Wednesday 7 October.

The idea is to allow the community to speak to neighbourhood officers to discuss localised crime and disorder issues, ideas and priorities. It is hoped that by working together, the police and the public can improve the service the Force provides, and ensure it is meeting the needs of the communities it serves. Members of the audience will also be asked to vote on policing priorities for their area.

If you can’t make the event on the night, you can participate from the comfort of your living room, as the meeting will be webcast live. Viewers at home will be able to log onto the Cheshire Police website from around 7pm and act as they would if there in person, asking questions and voting on priorities via email or Twitter using the #WTchester hashtag.

To ask questions in advance, or for further details on the event, email working.together@cheshire.pnn.police.uk. You can also find videos from some of our previous events through the Cheshire Police website at www.cheshire.police.uk.

The public are encouraged to vote on which priority they would like their local policing teams to focus on. The priorities that have been identified are:

• Crime and anti-social behaviour associated with Chester City Centre.
• The use and supply of drugs (including legal highs)
• Anti-social behaviour at sops, parks and other areas within the community
• Theft from shops
• Burglary of homes and theft of and from vehicles
• Parking and speeding issues within the community

To ask questions in advance, or for further details on the event, email working.together@cheshire.pnn.police.uk. You can also find videos from some of our previous events through the Cheshire Police website at www.cheshire.police.uk.
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Jennifer van Deursen (Cheshire Police, Media Officer, Chesh Engagement Unit)

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