Join the PCC’s web chat and have your say on the policing budget and priorities (11 Jan 2016)

West Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Mark Burns-Williamson is running a live web chat tomorrow on Tuesday 12 January from 6.30pm.

The theme of the web chat is around the policing budget and priorities for West Yorkshire Police.

The web chat follows the release of the PCC's 'Community Conversation' survey last week which aims consult with local people on how they would like to see the policing budget spent.

Mark Burns-Williamson said "I am looking forward to the web chat and the range of questions it will bring.

"Consulting with the people of West Yorkshire is extremely important to me and I do this through a number of ways. This web chat offers people the chance to ask me questions from the comfort of their own home and at a time that suits them. Questions can be asked anonymously and you do not need to create an account to participate.

"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]

"You can join in the web chat and sign up for an email reminder on my website at /news-events/web-chats.aspx "

You can find out more about the Community Conversation, and complete the survey on the Police and Crime Commissioner's website /get-involved/community-conversation.aspx The closing date from responses is 25 January 2016.

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