Suffolk PCC says: It’s your police service – tell us what you think
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A series of meetings will be held in the coming weeks as people are urged to have a say on crime in their area.
Suffolk's police and crime commissioner, Tim Passmore, and chief constable Steve Jupp will be staging a series of public meetings across the county and are encouraging Suffolk residents to attend.
There will be meetings in each of the three policing command areas - in Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds and Lowestoft.
The meetings are an opportunity for the public to ask questions and find out more about policing in the county.
The first meeting will be taking place in the west area on September 24, with the eastern area meeting - which covers Lowestoft, Leiston, Framlingham, Eye, Beccles and surrounding towns and villages - being held at 7pm on Thursday, October 10 at the Wherry Hotel in Oulton Broad.
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Each meeting will involve a quick overview from the PCC and the Chief Constable, then the public will have an opportunity to ask questions.
There will be a senior police officer, responsible for policing in the local area in attendance.
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