Young people can have say on policing
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. police.uk/news/online_meet_ index.html. To submit questions email communications@ kent.pnn.police.uk.
COMMITMENT: Ann Barnes