10th January 2021
Clanfield Parish Council - Deputy Police & Crime Commissioner to speak at Clanfield Parish Council meeting
- Author: Clanfield Parish Council
- Published: 11th October 2021
Deputy Police & Crime Commissioner to speak at Clanfield Parish Council meeting
The Deputy Police & Crime Commissioner for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, Luke Stubbs, has accepted an invitation to speak at the next meeting of Clanfield Parish Council. The meeting will be at the Memorial Hall in South Lane on Tuesday 2nd November at 7.30 pm and members of the public are welcome to attend.
Mr. Stubbs will be giving a presentation on the initiatives that the Commissioner is taking to combat anti-social behaviour which is of concern to many people and he will also be answering questions that Councillors will be putting to him on a range of other issues.
In that respect, residents can submit questions for consideration by writing to the Council’s Clerk, Katie Knowles, by Friday 22nd October, preferably via “Contact Us” on the Council’s website www.clanfieldpc.org.uk or by letter to the Council Office at The Clanfield Centre.
Speaking about this forthcoming event, Katie Knowles said:
“We are really delighted that the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office has responded in this way following a letter that we sent expressing the Council’s concern, and that of residents, on a number of points, especially, but not exclusively, anti-social behaviour and criminal damage. Drugs, personal safety and police visibility are among the other subjects which residents have raised with us in recent months.
“This really is an excellent opportunity for Clanfield people to be heard. As it will be a formal Council meeting, only Councillors will be able to ask the questions but we will include as many of the points that residents raise with us as we can.
“Please send me your questions to me by Friday 22nd October. We look forward to receiving them and to welcoming residents to the meeting on Tuesday 2nd November.”
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