30th Mar, 2020

Have your say on the West Mercia Police budget during Facebook Live Q&A

PEOPLE can have their say during a discussion on the police budget for the forthcoming year during a live question and answer session on Facebook.

West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion and his deputy Tracey Onslow will put residents’ questions to Chief Constable Anthony Bangham and new Deputy Chief Coustable Julian Moss.

The session will be streamed Facebook Live from 7pm next Monday, January 20 on the PCC’s Facebook page (@WestMerciaPCC).

People will be able to submit questions in advance or during the live broadcast.

Mr Campion said: “It’s important taxpayers have a say in how their money is spent, and that resources are used wisely on the issues that matter the most.

“In previous years the public have helped to shape decisions leading to an uplift in officer numbers making the police more visible and accessible.

“This is an opportunity to have your say at the highest level, in the most open and transparent way.”

Questions can be submitted in advance via email to getinvolved@westmercia.pnn.police.uk or via a Facebook comment or private message.

 

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