Kevin Hurley, Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, invites Surrey Heath residents to Crime Summit

Kevin Hurley, Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, invites Surrey Heath residents to Crime Summit

Surrey Heath residents are invited to the Borough’s Crime Summit, which takes place between 7:00pm – 9:00pm on Thursday 12 February at Camberley Theatre.

 

This is the second round of Crime Summits for the Police and Crime Commissioner, following a series of successful events over the last year. Those Summits, held in every Borough and District in the county, saw nearly 1000 people getting involved in discussions over policing and community safety where they live.

 

In Surrey Heath this year, the PCC will be joined once again by the senior leadership of the Borough Council and the Police Neighbourhood Inspector to discuss the work that has been done in the Borough over the last twelve months. The public will have the opportunity to have their say on local community safety issues, including:

 

–          Tackling crime and antisocial behaviour

–          Investment in local policing

–          Working together to increase the public’s sense of safety

 

The Summit will be two hours in length and refreshments will be provided from 6:30pm.

 

You can register:

 

Online: http://surreyheathcrimesummit.eventbrite.co.uk

 

Telephone: 01483 630 200

 

Email: SurreyPCC@surrey.police.uk

 

Post: Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, PO Box 412, Guildford, Surrey, GU3 1BR

 

Kevin Hurley said:

 

“These Crime Summits are an invaluable opportunity for the Surrey public to tell us – the police and the councils – what they want us to do to make their local area even safer. We all share the same goal: to make things better for the people we serve. I encourage the people of Surrey Heath to get involved and have their voices heard.”

 

ENDS

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