Young peo­ple can have say on polic­ing

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Unsolved Murders -

Kent’s Po­lice and Crime Com­mis­sioner is en­cour­ag­ing young­sters to take part in a web chat to have their say about polic­ing.

Ann Barnes and As­sis­tant Chief Con­sta­ble Jo Shiner will hold­ing the online meet­ing on Mon­day, Septem­ber 14, at 6pm.

Mrs Barnes said: “As part of my com­mit­ment to en­gage with young peo­ple and in­volve them in polic­ing, I’d par­tic­u­larly like to hear from 16 to 24-year-olds.

“It’s a to­tally open fo­rum. We want to hear their thoughts on any polic­ing mat­ters which are im­por­tant to them. It could be about lo­cal crime or anti-so­cial be­hav­iour, how they were treated by their lo­cal po­lice, or their ex­pe­ri­ence as vic­tims of crime.

“Young peo­ple of­ten have the most re­fresh­ing views and ideas, and web chats are a con­ve­nient way to get in­volved and find out what the force is do­ing.”

To take part visit www.kent. po­­line_meet_ in­dex.html. To sub­mit ques­tions email com­mu­ni­ca­tions@ kent.pnn.po­

Pic­ture: Tony Flash­man FM2588447

COM­MIT­MENT: Ann Barnes

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