One week until ‘Working Together’ arrives in Northwich
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Residents in Northwich are being invited to a local ‘Working Together’ event to discuss the latest policing issues with Police and Crime Commissioner John Dwyer, Chief Constable Mark Roberts and local Chief Inspector Leeroy Moss.
The event will be held at The Winsford Academy, Grange Lane, CW7 2BT from 7pm – 8pm on Wednesday 22 November 2023. You can register your free attendance for the event at NorthwichWorkingTogether.eventbrite.co.uk by 9am on 21 November 2023.
Nine ‘Working Together’ events are being held across the county – one in each Local Policing Unit (LPU) - encouraging Cheshire’s communities to hear about the latest developments in policing and to ask any questions they might have of their local team and senior officers.
Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire, John Dwyer said:
“Improving public confidence in policing is one of my priorities in my Police and Crime Plan and I want people in Northwich to be confident that their police service is working for them. That’s why I want to give people the chance to hear about what I and my office are doing alongside the Constabulary to make Cheshire even safer and give residents the chance to raise local issues.
“I’m looking forward to seeing as many of you as I can on the evening.”
Cheshire Constabulary’s Chief Constable, Mark Roberts, said:
“Receiving feedback from our communities is vitally important to us so that we can improve the service that we provide the public.
“We police by consent and part of that is listening to our residents and using their feedback to help shape our priorities, particularly at a local level. This in turn helps to support our wider focus of protecting the vulnerable, securing justice for victims, and making Cheshire a hostile environment for criminals.
“I’d encourage as many people as possible to join these events so that, together, we can continue to make Cheshire an even safer place to live and work.”