Officers to hold community engagement event in Stone
Officers are set to hold a community engagement event in Stone in response to residents’ concerns as part of the force's neighbourhood policing week of action.
The event, which is due to take place online on Tuesday 18 January from 6pm to 8pm, is an opportunity for those who live and work in the town to speak directly with local officers over an issues that may be affecting them.
Officers are particularly keen to hear about any anti-social behaviour or specifics crimes in the area that may be having an impact on the community.
Those interested in attending are being urged to submit questions in advance for officers to respond in real-time on the night.
Chief Inspector Giles Parsons, of Stafford Borough NPT, said: “I would welcome any input from local people and encourage anyone who wishes to talk to us over policing issues that are affecting them to get in touch with us on 18 January.
“We are committed to tackling anti-social behaviour in our town and will do all we can to act upon any information and intelligence we receive.”
To find out more about the event and to submit a question, visit: Stone Online Chat (sli.do)
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Neighbourhood Policing Team Commander