West Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner running ‘young people and the police’ web chat (15 Jul 2015)

Mark Burns-Williamson, West Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), is holding a live web chat from 7pm on Thursday 23 July.

The web chat has a theme of 'young people and the police' and is an opportunity to speak to the PCC from the comfort of your own home!

The chat will focus on community safety and crime affecting young people including their views and interactions with police officers, stop and search, cyber bullying, sexting and grooming.

Although the web chat is aimed at young people, questions and comments are encouraged from anyone as long as they are topical.

Mark Burns-Williamson said:  "I made a commitment in the Police and Crime Plan to make myself accessible to young people and provide appropriate ways for them to express their concerns to me. This latest web chat is exactly that and I'm looking forward to a lively discussion.

"It is right that young people have a say in policing. I already meet with my Youth Advisory Group to speak about issues affecting young people but this is an opportunity for more people to speak to me.

"I want to ensure that the views, needs and expectations of all the people in West Yorkshire are taken into account at all times."

You can join in the web chat and sign up for an email reminder here www.westyorkshire-pcc.gov.uk/news-events/web-chats

Anyone who would like to submit a question ahead of time can do so via Facebook or Twitter using the hashtag #AskYourPCC or via email to [email protected]

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