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Time to Tweet your questions to the PCC and Chief Constable …or ask them face to face

Now’s the time to get ready with your policing questions about what’s happening in Derbyshire. Police and Crime Commissioner Alan Charles’ Strategic Governance Board meeting on Monday (21 March) will open, as always, with a 30 minute Q & A session which he and SGB members will answer.

“You can tweet your questions, email them or attend in person – whichever way it’s a good opportunity to get the answers you seek from either the Chief Constable or my own office,” the Commissioner says.  “It’s important that people understand that we cannot answer questions on specific incidents, but we will do our best to answer any general policing query.”

The monthly meeting, which on this occasion will be chaired by the Deputy Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa in the PCC’s absence, will hear from Chief Constable Mick Creedon on a variety of areas including police performance reports, call handling statistics and restorative justice out-turns.  Other reports cover the latest financial update and the Commissioner’s casework.

The public’s questions will be heard from 2pm at Police Headquarters in Butterley Hall, Ripley, but if the session is shorter than 30 minutes the business part of the meeting will begin early. 

Questions can be put either in person or via Twitter. Followers of @DerbysPCC and @DerbysPolice can tweet their questions either before, or during, the first half hour of the meeting by using #askSGB in the text of the question.  Questions can also be submitted in advance via email to the Chief Executive (David.Peet.16406@Derbyshire.PNN.Police.UK). Any question that cannot be answered by the Commissioner or SGB members at the time will receive a response shortly afterwards.

The full agenda is available on the PCC’s website http://www.derbyshire-pcc.gov.uk/Home.aspx

Please note that questions cannot be taken in this forum regarding specific cases or investigations.



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Posted on Thursday 17th March 2016
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