AUTHORITY “ON TOUR” TO GATHER YOUR VIEWS
The Police Authority will be out and about in key towns across the area in order to gather views about policing priorities and to hear what you think about police services.
Margaret Ollerenshaw, Chairman of the Police Authority said, “each year, the Authority asks the public about policing services to help it set the Chief Constable’s objectives and the police budget. This year, we have decided to get out and talk to people in all main towns as it is important that we understand what matters to local people when it comes to policing. We will be joined by local police officers who will be able to answers questions about your neighbourhood”.
Look out for our exhibition vehicle on:-
|Saturday 17 October||11am – 3pm||Macclesfield - Town Square|
|Saturday 24 October||11am – 3pm||Chester– Eastgate Street|
|Wednesday 28 October||10am -11.30am|
2pm – 4pm
|Morrissons – Widnes|
Trident - Runcorn
|Friday 30 October||11am – 3pm||Sandbach – The Commons|
|Saturday 7 November||11am – 3pm||Warrington– Bridge Street|
|Saturday 14 November||11am – 3pm||Northwich - Market Square|
|Friday 27 November||11am – 3pm||Ellesmere Port Town Centre - Asda car park|
|Saturday 28 November||11am – 3pm||Crewe- Town Square|
If you can’t get along to a meeting, you can still let us know what you think; click to complete the Policing Priorities survey