residents invited to submit questions for police chat
in the Burnham-On-Sea area will be able to put local policing questions
to Chief Constable Andy Marsh when he takes part in a live video
with Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens on January 24th.
is asking residents to submit questions ahead of the Facebook live
video session with the Chief Constable on Tuesday, January 24th
topic of discussion throughout the 30-minute live video will be
based around a number of themes including fraud, body worn video
cameras, tasers and rural crime and will end by taking a selection
of other questions that have been submitted.
Sue Mountstevens said: "Weve had some really interesting
questions submitted from residents ranging from fraud to police
morale. Id like to thank everyone for taking the opportunity
to put their local policing questions to the Chief Constable. I
want to represent your views in local policing and I can only do
that if you tell me what matters most to you."
are still trialling this format and scheduling the live videos at
difference times of the day to see what works best for local people.
The live video is not replacing face-to-face meetings. Im
still keen to meet local people and to hold events where residents
can ask questions of the police. My next public forum is in Yeovil
on February 2nd."
webchat will be broadcast on Facebook live via the following link
You can submit your questions by emailing them to email@example.com
or by calling 01275 816377.