What policing questions would you like to put to Chief Constable Andy Marsh? Now is your chance to have your say, by submitting questions for Police and Crime Commissioner, Sue Mountstevens, to ask him.
The PCC is asking for local people to send her their questions, based around a number of topics, ahead of the next 30-minute Facebook Live with the Chief Constable, on Wednesday, 27th September at 11 a.m.
Topics for this next live webchat will include: police funding and resources, restorative justice, stalking and harassment, and rape and sexual assault, and the session will end by taking a selection of other submitted questions.
PCC Sue Mountstevens said: “These Facebook live web-chats are another way of enabling me to ensure the Chief Constable and I are as accessible to local people as possible.
“It is important that local people get the chance to ask their Chief Constable questions about policing, community safety and criminal justice matters. We’ve had some really interesting debates in these sessions previously, and I hope that you will once again contact us with your honest and challenging questions.”
Chief Constable Andy Marsh is responsible for day-to-day operational policing, and has direction and control of the Constabulary’s officers and staff.
You can submit your questions by emailing: [email protected], or by calling: 01275 816377.
Questions for Chief Constable Andy Marsh can also be sent on Facebook or on Twitter, using the hashtag: #PCCinconvo.
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