Public Meetings

Public engagement through community events and surgeries have replaced regular forum meetings, but public meetings are held in response to important issues and can be requested by communities.

Public Meetings

Community days replaced public meetings in 2015/16, however the PCC has remained responsive to requests for public meetings and regulalry attends events to give presentations on aspects of his work.  Details of these can be found  on this website.

The quarterly Police and Crime Panel meetings are open to the public and press to observe.

Martyn Says...

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“Public engagement is important to me. I want to hear directly from people about their experiences of policing and the criminal justice system. These events allow us to work together to help make our communities safer.”

Holding these meetings in public supports our committment to having processes in place that are robust, open and transparent.

The pre-published agendas for the meetings set out the business to be covered.

If you wish to ask a question of the PCC, request a public meeting, or request a surgery appointment please go to "contact us".

Notes from public meetings are listed here:

Purbeck Public Meeting - 4th October 2016

 

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