Derbyshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa and senior officers from Derbyshire Constabulary, including newly appointed Chief Constable Rachel Swann, held an online sessions to respond to questions in dedicated virtual Q&A events held via Microsoft Teams.
Members of the public had the opportunity to ask questions regarding local policing services, community safety and the force’s response to policing the pandemic.
The event was open to all those living or working in Derby and Derbyshire. Although there was the opportunity for general debate and discussion, those wishing to ask a specific question were requested to send their questions to the Commissioner’s office
Recording from the meeting held on 24th August 2020.
02:15 Question 1 – Covid-19 isolation after foreign travel.
09:01 Question 2 – Glossop attacks on young people.
14:18 Question 3 – Safer Neighbourhood Teams updating local communities and Neighbourhood Watch on local issues.
21:00 Comment – Resident thanking community officers in Bakewell.
22:50 Question 4 – Police conduct and complaints.
32:35 Question 5 – Vulnerable adults.
40:26 Question 6 – Drugs and County Lines.
53:10 Question 7 – Swadlincote policing resources.
1:00:14 Question 8 – Fraud.
1:09:41 Question 9 – Dangerous parking in Eckington.
1:14:47 Question 10 – Drink driving in Dronfield.
1:19:09 Question 11 – Policing in Ripley to tackle ASB.
1:22:48 Question 12 – Chief recruitment and identity politics.
1:29:46 Question 13 – Speeding, traffic and cars.
1:44:19 Question 14 – 101 non-emergency service.
1:53:00 Question 15 – Local lockdowns due to C-19.
The footage was slightly edited to help viewing continuity.