Residents living in Earl Shilton will have the chance of posing pertinent questions about crime in their local area to the county’s top policing figures next week.
Leicestershire Chief Constable Simon Cole and Police and Crime Commissioner Lord Willy Bach will be taking part in an informal “meet and greet” style event in the town on Monday 9 July to gauge public feedback on community safety and assess the fear of crime in the area.
The event will be held at the Co-op store, off Wood Street, and visitors will be able to put the Chief Constable and the PCC on the spot with their questions about policing in the What Matters To You public engagement event.
Willy Bach said: “We’re travelling across the length and breadth of Leicestershire to meet ordinary people and find out what action is needed to improve their feelings of security and wellbeing.
“We all have something to say about crime and how safe we feel but very often it’s buried under a big “to do” list. Hopefully this event will catch people going about their daily lives and make it convenient and easy for them to raise their concerns at the very top.”
The roadshow will take place from 2pm to 4pm and all are welcome. No appointment is necessary.
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Posted on Tuesday 3rd July 2018