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Police chief: Tell me your crime concerns
7:00am Tuesday 17th September 2013 in News
RESIDENTS of the south Bucks area will have the chance to raise their concerns over law and order with the Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley at a series of public meetings over the coming months.
These events, which will be held in each local authority area, are an opportunity for the PCC along with the Local Police Area Commander to meet and greet residents and deliver presentations about the role of the PCC and local policing.
A representative from the Community Safety Partnership will also be invited to tell the public more about the work they carry out in the area. Residents can ask questions and feedback any concerns they have about policing and crime.
Anthony Stansfeld, Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley said: "It is important to me that communities are kept informed and their views are heard so I would encourage as many people to attend as possible."
The events will run 7pm - 9pm as follows: Chiltern - Monday September 23, Chiltern District Council Chamber Wycombe - Wednesday November 27. Wycombe Guildhall South Bucks - Tuesday January 21, 2014, South Bucks Council Offices in Denham
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