If you want to get your view or opinion across about local policing to our Police and Crime Commissioner Alan Charles or his Deputy, Hardyal Dhindsa, tomorrow (Thursday 2nd July) is your chance in either Glossop or Hadfield or a little further afield in Whaley Bridge.
They along with representatives from the Commissioners officer will be at the following :
- 10am-2.30pm – Marks & Spencer, Howard Mills, Glossop, SK13 8AQ
• 10am-12.30pm – The Railway Station, Station Road, Hadfield, SK14 7AA
• 1.30pm-3.30pm – Tesco, Bridgemont, Whaley Bridge, SK23 7PB
The Police and Crime Commissioner and Derbyshire Constabulary has also launched a fresh public consultation exercise aimed at capturing local opinion on policing and community safety throughout 2015.
“Over to You” is an annual survey and will be available both online (http://www.derbyshire-pcc.gov.uk/oty) and at public consultation events across Derbyshire, it will include a survey about policing and members of the Commissioner’s team will be on hand to talk to, along with police officers.