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Have your say on policing in High Peak

Alan Charles

Alan Charles

High Peak residents are being asked to air their views about policing in a series of public consultation events.

The Over to You programme will be launched next week by Derbyshire police and crime commissioner Alan Charles and chief constable Mick Creedon to find out what people think about policing and the broader crime agenda.

The information will be used to guide the commissioner’s plans to make the county safer and help the force allocate resources to where they are needed most.

He said: “I want to hear from local people about the issues that impact on their quality of life whether this is anti-social behaviour, parking, speeding motorists, dog fouling or alcohol and drug related issues for example, to more serious areas of criminality such as burglary and violence.”

There will be an event in the Springs Shopping Centre in Buxton, on March 13.

Further information can be found on the commissioner’s website at derbyshire-pcc.gov.uk.

 

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