Coalville residents will get the chance to have their say on policing and crime in the town at a public meeting on Tuesday 30 April.
Leicestershire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Sir Clive Loader, is hosting an event at Stephenson College to discuss local policing issues. He will give a brief introduction to his Police and Crime Plan which will be followed by a response from the Chief Constable, Simon Cole. Both will then take questions from the audience.
It was in Coalville that the election count was held on 16 November 2012 in which Sir Clive was confirmed as the first Police and Crime Commissioner for Leicestershire.
Sir Clive said:
“I am very much looking forward to coming back to Coalville to meet with residents of the town and discuss policing and crime issues in the area. They are best placed to know what is happening locally and I am keen to hear their thoughts.
“This is the first in a series of public meetings across the Force area that will provide more interactive opportunities for the public to engage with me and my team.
“These regular events are a crucial way of ensuring that members of the public have the opportunity to see and hear me being publically accountable and transparent in my dealings with Leicestershire Police.”
To ensure that the Commissioner and Chief Constable can give full and detailed answers, we strongly encourage people to submit their questions in advance and attend the meeting to receive the response.
Questions should be put forward by noon on Friday 26 April via firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 0116 229 8980. Questions can also be submitted by post to: Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Police Headquarters, Enderby, Leicester LE19 2BX.
The meeting will be held on Tuesday 30 April between 7pm and 9pm at Stephenson College, Thornborough Road, Coalville, LE67 3TN.
Posted on Monday 9th May 2016