The Chief Constable and Police & Crime Commissioner would like to offer you an opportunity to shape the future of policing in the county at a series of events taking place over the coming weeks.
Local officers will also attend the meetings to talk about the challenges of local policing. Following introductions there will be an opportunity for questions from the public.
Please note you will need to book a place using the link below, this is free of charge. A meeting in November was cancelled due to lack of attendees, so please take this opportunity to speak directly to our local policing team and book a place to attend this meeting.
Please see the letter below:
The pressures on forces have never been so complex, as we work hard to manage demand and deal with the challenges of modern day policing.
In coming years, Cambridgeshire, along with other forces, will strive to be as efficient and effective as possible while facing national, regional and local issues.
There will continue to be a strong focus on providing the public with the best service possible and it is really important to us that the public have the opportunity to play an active role in policing in the county.
Our focus is on making the most effective use of the resources we have and working closely with our partners. This will enable us to protect people, attack criminality and take every chance we have to prevent crime in the first place.
Local officers will also attend the meetings to talk about the challenges of local policing. Following introductions from us both there will be an opportunity for questions from the public.
Your local meeting will take place on:
Thursday, 24 January, from 7pm until 9pm and will be held at Swavesey Village College, Gibraltar Lane, Swavesey, CB24 4RS.
Throughout the meeting there will be an opportunity to get involved online through @CambsCops Facebook and Twitter.
To book a place click here – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/your-chance-to-influence-policing-in-the-county-tickets-53902169841
Chief Constable Nick Dean and Police and Crime Commissioner Jason Ablewhite