Talk about crime in the Epping Forest area

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Do you care about the way your community is policed and do you want to know the facts about crime in the Epping Forest area?

If you are, come and talk to Roger Hirst the Police and Crime Commissioner for Essex (PCC) who will be hosting a meeting at the Civic Offices in Epping on Thursday 16 February 2017 to discuss these issues.

PCC poster Epping 16 February 2017

The Police and Crime Commissioner wants to talk with you

  • Do you care about the way your community is policed?
  • Do you want to know the facts about crime in your area?
  • Come along to Roger Hirst’s public meeting and have your say

This is an open meeting and all members of the public are welcome.

When

Thursday 16 February 2017.

Time

6.30pm to 8.30pm – you may join or leave the meeting at any time.

Where

Council Chamber, Civic Offices, High Street, Epping CM16 4BZ.

Ask a question

You can ask PCC Roger Hirst a question at the meeting.

Can’t come to the meeting? Email your question to pcc@essex.pnn.police.uk.

Watch

This meeting is being webcast so you can watch it live or after it has finished.

Be part of the debate

Councillor Gary Waller, Safer, Greener and Transport Portfolio Holder said: “This meeting gives the people of Epping Forest a chance to meet and talk to Roger Hirst, their Essex PCC. They can find out the facts about crime in their area, how Essex Police deal with that crime, and how our Community Safety Partnership (CSP) deals with ‘hidden harms’ in the district.”

Councillor Gary Waller ended with: “Come along and raise crime and policing issues that matter to you. Help the police find out what’s working well and what’s not so good from your point of view. Join in and be part of the debate to help make our district a safer to place to live.”