People in Rugby are invited to have their say on crime and policing in their area at a meeting with Warwickshire Police and Crime Commissioner Ron Ball and Martin Jelley, the Chief Constable of Warwickshire Police.
The Public Scrutiny Meeting at Harris School will be the first attended by Chief Constable Jelley since he took up his job in May.
Held on Tuesday (June 16), it begins at 6.30pm with the following timetable: 6.30pm-7pm, informal open session with Ron Ball and Martin Jelley; 7pm-7.30pm, public questions to Ron Ball and Martin Jelley; and 7.30pm-9pm, formal meeting commences with a special focus on road safety
There will be presentations from Gary Hollis, Camera Enforcement Unit Manager, Chief Inspector Adrian Knight, of Warwickshire Police, and Philippa Young, Group Manager for Traffic and Road Safety at Warwickshire County Council.
The meeting will also discuss a report commissioned by Mr Ball into safety on the county’s roads, including the A46, which has seen a number of recent serious collisions. Watch it live at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/warwickshirepcc