Subject: We're Here Web-chat
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Cheshire Police to host ‘We’re Here’ web-chat
Cheshire Police is inviting members of the public to join them in an online discussion centered on the Constabulary’s ‘We’re here’ public service commitments.
In March this year Chief Constable Simon Byrne and Commissioner John Dwyer, in consultation with staff and the public, drew up a set of commitments: We're Here Where You Need Us, When You Need Us; We’re Here For Justice; We’re Here For Victims and We’re Here For Communities.
Each commitment carries a number of specific promises that shape the way the Constabulary’s officers and staff work and conduct themselves.
On Thursday 13 August 2015, Simon Byrne and John Dwyer will be taking part in an online conversation asking members of the public for feedback on the promises so far. This is your chance to ask questions in live time direct to the Chief Constable and Police and Crime Commissioner.
The event will be taking place between 6.30pm and 8pm, for more information on how you can get involved visit the Cheshire Police website www.cheshire.police.uk.