North Yorkshire Top Cop to Take Your Questions Tonight
6:01am 28th November 2013
North Yorkshire Police's Chief Constable Dave Jones is hosting a live webchat between 5pm and 6pm on Thursday 28 November 2013.
Residents are invited to take part in the question and answer session, giving local people an opportunity to raise the crime and antisocial behaviour issues that matter most to communities across North Yorkshire and the City of York.
This can include the efforts to tackle burglary and the partnership work to promote crime prevention in the neighbourhoods, as well as Operation Hawk which is actively targeting rural and cross-border criminality.
Mr Jones also wants to hear about people’s positive experience and contact with North Yorkshire Police.
Chief Constable Dave Jones said: "I’ve been in this role for almost six months now and I can safely say that I am extremely proud and honoured to lead the dedicated and professional team at North Yorkshire Police.
“It is also clear to me that residents in North Yorkshire and the City of York are very passionate about their communities and want their police service, councils and other partner agencies to work together to safeguard and improve the quality of life.
“I want to ensure North Yorkshire Police is responsive to local concerns, is tackling crime effectively and continues to work with people to resolve problems.
“This webchat is a great opportunity to raise policing related issues with me directly and I promise to answer as many questions as possible during the session. I look forward to you joining me between 5pm and 6pm on Thursday.”
To join the webchat visit www.northyorkshire.police.uk/webchat
You can also set yourself an email reminder in advance so you don't miss it!
Residents who are unable to take part in the live webchat are encouraged to send in their questions to Chief Constable Jones via the North Yorkshire Police Twitter account @NYorksPolice using the hashtag #AskTheChief.
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