Cheshire’s police and crime commissioner, David Keane, is inviting residents in rural areas to meet with him and local officers to have their say on the county’s new rural crime strategy.
Following on from the events in Macclesfield and Warrington this week, Mr Keane is to hold two more public events to give local residents the opportunity to have their say.
The upcoming events will be held in Nantwich and Tattenhall over the next couple of weeks.
They will provide the opportunity for local residents to talk to their local policing team about issues in their area and to meet with the commissioner and the constabulary’s rural crime lead, chief inspector Simon Meegan, to give them feedback on the draft rural crime strategy prior to its publication.
David said: “Rural communities have their own unique crime-related issues which can have a significant impact on residents or farming and businesses.
“It’s imperative for police to be specially equipped and trained to tackle these issues.”
Details of the upcoming events are provided below:
Thursday 4th October (7pm-8.30pm)
Stockton Heath Police Station
Monday 8th October (7pm-8.30pm)
Tuesday 16th October (7pm-8.30pm)
The Barbour Institute