A series of public meetings has been announced today by Kevin Hurley, Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey.
The meetings will be an opportunity for the public to talk to Kevin and give their views on policing across the county as part of the development process for the Police and Crime Plan, the document that will set out the overall strategy for policing and community safety in Surrey during his time in office.
The dates and venues are:
– Tuesday 8 January, 7-9pm, at Staines Community Centre
– Thursday 10 January, 7-9pm at Dorking Halls
– Saturday 12 January, 11am-1pm at the HG Wells Centre in Woking
Places are limited – to register to attend, the public should contact the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner by telephone on 01483 630 200; by emailing SurreyPCC@surrey.police.uk or by post at PO Box 412, Guildford, Surrey GU3 1BR
Commenting, Kevin Hurley said:
“I promised during my election campaign that I would be accessible to the public and give them a greater say on how their streets are policed. Directly involving local residents in the development of the Police and Crime Plan – the single most important strategy document for policing in Surrey – is one way that I can help to make sure Surrey Police is tackling the things that really matter to them.
“We all have a stake in the community in which we live and the public services that we pay for. These events are about all of us as Surrey people working together and being positive about the difference we can make. Fulfilling our responsibility to help make our county a better place to live by making sure our police force is focused on the issues that really concern us. I warmly encourage the public to come along and join me.”