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Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Commissioner takes to the web

 

The Police & Crime Commissioner for Cheshire, John Dwyer, has filmed his first webcast so he can let people know about some of the important decisions he has made.

John said: "I want to be an accessible commissioner. I know that not everyone can make my surgeries and put their questions to me, so I′ve decided to do these webcasts so more people find out about what I have been doing. In future, I will use these webcasts to answer people′s questions and listen to their views."

The webcasts will be filmed four times a year, with the next one scheduled for June. In the run up to this, the Commissioner wants you, the people of Cheshire to send in your questions.

You can send your questions in via the website (www.Cheshire-pcc.gov.uk/get-involved), via Twitter (@CheshirePCC) using the #askJohn, or on Facebook (www.facebook.com/cheshirepcc).

When you submit your question, add your first name and what part of the county you′re from.

The deadline for submitting your questions will be 12 noon on the 31 May.

Due to time constraints not all questions will be answered during the webcast, however each question that is posed will get an answer which will be posted on the Cheshire Police & Crime Commissioner′s website.

John′s first webcast can be found on the Cheshire Police & Crime Commissioner′s website (http://www.cheshire-pcc.gov.uk/).

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