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Have your say at police meeting

PUBLISHED: 12:58 01 October 2008 | UPDATED: 21:24 05 July 2010

ANYONE living or working in Waveney will have an opportunity to have their say about local policing issues at a meeting being held next week.

A public meeting will be held at the Waveney House Hotel in Beccles next Thursday, October 9 with locals invited to attend.

ANYONE living or working in Waveney will have an opportunity to have their say about local policing issues at a meeting being held next week.

A public meeting will be held at the Waveney House Hotel in Beccles next Thursday, October 9 with locals invited to attend.

Starting at 7pm, the meeting will give you the chance to raise local issues with senior officers from Suffolk Constabulary and members of the Police Authority.

Chief Inspector Paul Bradford, Waveney District Commander, said anyone was welcome to attend. “These meetings are designed to give you the opportunity to express your views about local policing. This could include raising issues you would like to see addressed and putting questions to those responsible for policing locally, and well as hearing about some of the work that is already going on.”

The events will include:

A Game Show style voting session where the public can vote in helping to influence policing priorities; presentations about policing performance in the district; case studies on police operations that have made an impact in the local community; a question and answer session where concerns can be put directly to senior police officers and Police Authority members; and an opportunity to have a one to one discussion with a chief police officer.

If you would like to attend the meeting, telephone 01473 613567 or e-mail joanne.garrard@suffolk.pnn.police.uk .


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