ALCESTER and Studley residents are being asked by Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe to tell him their views on policing and community safety so he can put their questions senior officers.
Questions can cover all aspects of policing and community safety, including how the force is maintaining normal policing services during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Topics will be collated and put to the force thematically, dependent on the response received.
Mr Seccombe said: “It remains an important principle that policing in this country is done with the public’s consent.
“That’s why, as your elected representative on policing matters, I need to hear your views so I can ensure these are put to the force’s senior leadership and they in turn have the chance to respond.
“I’ll be looking to put a range of questions so please do get in touch.”
Anyone who wants to raise a question or has feedback – positive or otherwise – on aspects of policing in Warwickshire can email Mr Seccombe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions received by Thursday April 30 will be collated and put to the force by the Commissioner using telephone conferencing at the Performance Accountability Meeting on May 5.
A summary of the questions and the answers received from the force will be published on https://www.warwickshire-pcc.gov.uk/.