State opinions about policing in Facebook Live session - The Evesham Observer

State opinions about policing in Facebook Live session

Evesham Editorial 20th Jan, 2023   0

PEOPLE can have their say on local policing during a Facebook Live question and answer session with West Mercia bosses writes Sonny Rackham

Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion and Chief Constable Pippa Mills will be available on the platform at 6pm on January 30.

Those wanting to submit questions can email them to [email protected] or send a direct message via the PCC’s social media pages.

People can also leave a voice note or a WhatsApp message on 07866 215169 and the PCC’s team will be providing, via social media, information about how people can ask questions in person.

Questions should be submitted before 12pm on January 30, although some can be submitted on Facebook during the event.

Mr Campion said public confidence was a top priority for both him and the Chief Constable.

“It is important the communities of West Mercia are confident and trust the service they receive from West Mercia Police.

“Holding the Chief Constable to account is an important part of my role.

“I want to give you a chance to have your say at the highest level and make a difference to our community.”

Visit for more on taking part in the session.


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