E-meetings to be held on Facebook by Lancashire Police

Posted on - 15th April, 2013 - 7:00am | Author - | Posted in - Crime, Preston News



Preston residents will be given the chance to voice their opinion online about policing in the city.

Lancashire Police are running two e-meetings to give people a chance to log on and say what they think about crime in the city.

Police community support officer for Preston city centre Stephen Connolly said: “We are aware that some people struggle to find the time to come along to our meetings but we hope that, by also providing an online facility to speak to us, it will encourage more people to have a say.

“It provides an opportunity to raise any issues or concerns and have a say on our policing priorities, whether you live or work in the city centre, or simply visit it.”

The e-meetings will take place on Wednesday 15 May at 6pm and Tuesday 11 June at 6pm on the Preston Area Police Facebook page.

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