Public confidence in policing and work being done to prevent deaths on Surrey’s roads will be among topics discussed when Police and Crime Commissioner David Munro holds the Chief Constable to account at the latest live performance meeting tomorrow (Wednesday 21 November).
Other items on the agenda include a review of the Joint Enforcement Teams in the county and crime data integrity. The meeting is webcast live and you can tune in and watch proceedings from 10am here:
Live performance meeting 21/11/18
PCC David Munro said: “Public confidence in policing in Surrey remains the highest in the country however we have seen a slight dip recently so I will be keen to hear the Chief Constable’s views on the current levels.
“A really important part of my role is to hold the Force to account on behalf of residents and if you are interested in policing issues in Surrey that might affect you then do tune in to tomorrow’s meeting if you can.”
Haven’t got time to watch the meeting on the day? Why not follow the conversation on Twitter using #SurreyPolicePerformance where you can share your thoughts and keep up with the highlights. The webcast will also be made available on our website as soon as possible after the meeting for you to watch in your own time.