People in Rugby are being invited to make their opinion known on policing as the Warwickshire Police and Crime Panel introduces a new public question time slot.
And there will be a chance to ask questions directly at the town hall on July 18.
The panel is the body which scrutinises the work of Warwickshire’s police and crime commissioner Ron Ball, and where necessary can hold him to account for his actions.
And to give the public the chance to have their views heard, anyone who either works or lives in Warwickshire can now ask a question at meetings of the panel. Half an hour will be allotted at the meetings for public questions.
Mr Ball will also be attending the meetings and welcomes questions from the public.
For more information on how to submit a question to the panel visit http://apps.warwickshire.gov.uk/api/documents/WCCC-970-71 .
In addition, the panel will be holding its future meetings around the county, to make it easier for the public to join in.
The future meetings and venues are:
• Friday June 20 at Shire Hall, Warwick (CV34 4RR)
• Friday July 18 at Rugby Town Hall (Evreux Way, CV21 2RR)
• Friday September 26 at North Warwickshire Council House (South Street, Atherstone, CV9 1DE)
• Friday November 21 at Elizabeth House, Stratford (CV37 6HX)
• Tuesday February 3 2015 at Shire Hall, Warwick (CV34 4RR)
All Panel meetings start at 10am.