People of Weston-super-Mare given chance to grill PCC and Chief Constable

PUBLISHED: 12:00 02 June 2017

Sue Mountstevens and Andy Marsh.

Sue Mountstevens and Andy Marsh.

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People living in Weston and across North Somerset will be given the opportunity to ask questions of Avon and Somerset Constabulary’s police and crime commissioner and Chief Constable later this month.

Sue Mountstevens and Andy Marsh are set to visit the For All Healthy Living Centre, on the Bournville, in Lonsdale Avenue on June 20 at 6:45pm.

The public forum will allow questions to be asked about policing and any concerns people may have.

Police and crime commissioner, Sue Mountstevens, said: “This is an excellent way for residents to help shape local policing and to speak directly to the Chief Constable and myself.

“We hold evening meetings like this across Avon and Somerset so we are accessible to our residents.”

Chief Constable, Andy Marsh, added: “I’m looking forward to the opportunity to hear directly from residents. I’m interested in hearing first-hand the priorities, concerns and comments of people living in Weston and the surrounding area.

“I want to hear what they think about the service we provide, what we do well and what we could be better.”

To book a seat for the event, or send some questions ahead of the event, email pcc@avonandsomerset.pnn.police.uk


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