Residents are invited to talk about tackling crime in Mole Valley with representatives from Mole Valley District Council (MVDC), Surrey County Council (SCC), Surrey Police and the Police and Crime Commissioner, Kevin Hurley, at a summit on 3 March from 5.30pm to 9pm at Dorking Halls.
There will be two sessions at which representatives of the following organisations will speak, and residents can ask them questions:
Yvonne Rees, Chief Executive of MVDC
Councillor Chris Townsend, Leader of MVDC
Kevin Hurley, Police and Crime Commissioner
Councillor Margaret Cooksey, MVDC representative on the Police and Crime Panel, which oversees the work of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner
Councillor Clare Curran, Surrey County Council Local Committee Chair
The sessions will run from 6pm to 7pm and 7.30pm to 8.30pm.
Councillor Chris Townsend, Leader of MVDC, said: “Please come – we’re keen to hear your views. This is the perfect opportunity to ask the questions you want answered. There will also be information stands and the opportunity to talk to police officers and MVDC staff about local issues.”
Kevin Hurley, Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey said: “The Crime Summit is your time to talk to the leaders of your local public services face-to-face about any concerns you have and discuss how we can help to do something about them. We are all here to make things better in our community and by working together we can make a difference. I look forward to seeing you there!”
As places are limited, residents are asked to register at www.molevalleysummit.eventbrite.co.uk
Doors open at 5.30pm and refreshments will be provided.