PCC and Chief Constable on tour around the county

Each year the Chief Constable and I go ‘On Tour’ around the county to talk to local residents in seven town centres across the county – one in each district area. If you have anything that you’d like to discuss with us please come along.   This year we will visit:

Thursday 27 July: Meadow Centre, Stowmarket IP14 1PN, 11am-2pm

Friday 28 July: Hadleigh Market Place, Hadleigh IP7 5DL, 10am-1pm

Wednesday 2 August: Ipswich Cornhill, IP1 1DH 11am-2pm

Friday 4 August: London Road North, Lowestoft NR32 1LZ, 11am-2pm

Wednesday 9 August: Arc Shopping Centre, Prospect Row, Bury St Edmunds IP33 3DG, 11am-2pm

Thursday 17 August: Market Hill, Brandon IP27 0AD, 11am-2pm

Wednesday 23 August: The Triangle, Hamilton Road, Felixstowe IP11 7BL, 11am-2pm

PCC public meeting programme – next stop Haverhill

Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Tim Passmore continues his 2017 series of public meetings across the county with the next meeting in Haverhill on Thursday 7th September.

Following the successful format of last year, the PCC will stage a meeting in each of the 18 Safer Neighbourhood areas. The meetings are an opportunity for the public to ask questions of the Commissioner and the Constabulary, and to find out more about policing in the county.

Meetings will be held in Haverhill, Bury St Edmunds, Beccles, Sudbury, Newmarket, Lowestoft, Woodbridge, Brandon, Hadleigh and Leiston. Full detail of all the dates and venues, including detail of the meetings that have taken place in Eye, East Ipswich, Felixstowe, Stowmarket, Mildenhall , Halesworth and Ipswich Central is here.

The meeting for the Haverhill SNT area which covers the wards of Haverhill, Cavendish, Chedburgh, Clare, Haverhill East, Haverhill North, Haverhill South, Haverhill West, Kedington, Wickhambrook, Withersfield will take place on Thursday 7th September at the Samuel Ward Academy, Chalkstone Way, Haverhill, CB9 0LDat 7pm.

Each meeting will involve a quick overview from Tim Passmore and the local Inspector and then the public will have an opportunity to ask questions. The local Superintendent responsible for policing in the local area, will add operational context.

There is no need to book, please just turn up. Tea and coffee will be served from 6.40pm.