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Public encouraged to pose policing questions to crime commissioner

PUBLISHED: 13:22 24 April 2018 | UPDATED: 13:22 24 April 2018

Suffolk police and crime commissioner Tim Passmore. Picture: Archant

Suffolk police and crime commissioner Tim Passmore. Picture: Archant

A meeting will give the public an opportunity to find out more about policing in the county.

As part of a series of events across Suffolk, police and crime commissioner Tim Passmore is inviting Waveney residents to the Wherry Hotel in Oulton Broad on Monday, July 9, where they can query how the region’s police force operates.

Joining him will be chief constable Gareth Wilson - or his deputy - and the pair will provide an overview of Suffolk policing, while a senior police officer for the local area will add operational context.

Mr Passmore said: “Public engagement is hugely important in this role and I make myself available to anyone who needs to speak to me, but it is equally important to have these bigger meetings where people can question me in a more open forum.

“Gareth and I will be pleased to discuss any matter that arises.”

The meeting begins at 7pm and booking is not necessary.


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