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Police chiefs to host web debate asking 'what is anti-social behaviour?'
AN internet debate on what constitutes ‘anti-social behaviour’ will be hosted by police chiefs tomorrow evening.
Wycombe Area Commander Superintendant Gilbert Houalla and his deputy, Chief Inspector Colin Seaton, will be answering your questions and reading your views on ASB between 5pm and 7pm on Thursday.
The BFP reported earlier this month how Supt Houalla was becoming “increasingly concerned” by some of the incidents his officers were being asked to attend. He urged people to think before they called police.
Supt Gilbert Houalla, said: “This webchat is an opportunity for the public to speak to us directly about any concerns they might have, and also if they have any questions in relation to how we police the area.
“We would really like to create a discussion and debate around what you believe anti-social behaviour to be.
“My officers regularly attend reports of anti-social behaviour when children are just playing outside. Is this really anti-social behaviour?
“I would like to hear your views. Similarly, I would like to hear from young people and how they feel about this.
“We are committed to improving relations with our community and will be glad to hear directly from the public to find out their views on how we can provide them with the best policing service possible.”
To take part in the debate, simply type a question into the live feed when it is live at 5pm.
Or you can pre-submit a question on Twitter by sending a tweet @TVP_Wycombe or ending your question with the #thinkASB hashtag.
The debate will be held on Thames Valley Police’s channel on Cover It Live! Click here to be taken to the page.
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