West Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner holding a live web chat (8 Sept 2015)

Mark Burns-Williamson, West Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner will be answering your questions and listening to your concerns on a live web chat on Thursday 17th September.

The web chat, which will run from 7pm until 8pm, has a general theme and is an opportunity for you to ask your Police and Crime Commissioner about your policing and community safety concerns.

Anyone who would like to submit a question for the web chat ahead of time can do so on Twitter and Facebook using the hashtag #AskYourPCC or via email to [email protected].

Mark Burns-Williamson said "I want to ensure that the views, needs and expectations of our communities are taken into account and that we work to meet the priorities of people and their families who live and work across the county in these times of severe Government cuts to all of our budgets.

"Web chats are a great way of communicating with our communities and this latest chat follows a series of successful events covering a range of topics from cyber crime, human trafficking, crime prevention and Neighbourhood Watch.

"This time the web chat has a general theme and I am looking forward to answering a range of questions on the night."

You can join in the web chat from 7pm on Thursday 17th September and sign up for an email reminder here /news-events/web-chats.aspx


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