Published on 14th February 2020

Cheshire’s chief constable and police and crime commissioner will bring their Join the Conversation event to Runcorn next month.

It’s the final event in a series of public engagement opportunities where PCC David Keane and CC Darren Martland have given local residents the chance to talk to them about policing in their area.

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Over the last few months they have held sessions in each of Cheshire’s eight local policing units as part of their commitment to bring back real neighbourhood policing to the county.

The Runcorn event will take place on Tuesday 3 March, 7pm at Brookvale Community Centre on Northwich Road.

Local residents will have the opportunity to talk to the PCC and chief about the issues that matter most to their communities so they can ensure they are policed appropriately.

PCC David Keane said: “It was fantastic to see so many residents engage in our events over the past few months and now it’s Runcorn’s chance to have its say.

“It’s vitally important that the police have a good relationship with the public they serve and are aware of your priorities. These events are providing the opportunity to hear first-hand the issues that matter most to our communities.

“The events have already demonstrated the high levels of pride in our communities and residents’ appetite and passion for keeping their local area safe.”

CC Darren Martland added: “The community is key in helping us identify the local priorities and allows us to ensure that they are resourced appropriately to make our communities even safer.

“This is your chance to talk to us directly about the priority issues for your community and I hope to see lots of people engaging in the events and shaping our future priorities together.”

If you would like to submit a question for the PCC or chief constable ahead of the meetings, please email it to