The ‘What Matters to You’ Roadshow with Police and Crime Commissioner Lord Willy Bach and Chief Constable Simon Cole will be in Shepshed next week (5 April) to hear first-hand what local people have to say about policing.
They will be joined by members of the local policing team in The Co-op Food Supermarket, Hall Croft, Shepshed, LE12 9AN, from 10am to 1pm on Friday, 5 April.
Members of public will have the opportunity to meet both the PCC and the Chief Constable and talk to them about policing in the area. They will be invited to share their experiences with those setting policing priorities and give their views on crime and public safety.
Public feedback is vital to both the PCC and senior officers as they seek to meet the policing needs and expectations of different communities. The feedback they receive helps to influence where resources are allocated.
Willy Bach said: “These events are always well-attended and provide a great opportunity for a real two-way conversation about policing, community safety and any concerns that people may have. We all learn something.
“We will be around throughout the afternoon to chat to people and talk about local concerns. We really do want to hear what matters to people and what they feel we can do to help. If you are in the area please, pay us a visit!”
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Posted on Tuesday 26th March 2019