Have your say on policing priorities in East Sussex

Community Conversation SUS-141117-135908001

Community Conversation SUS-141117-135908001

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Have your say

The Herald is joining up with the police to find out which priorities are most important to readers when it comes to policing.

This campaign will give readers the chance to question those responsible for policing our towns and streets – police and crime commissioner Katy Bourne, Sussex Chief Constable Giles York and divisional commander Chief Superintendent Neil Honnor.

“I’m really looking forward to meeting East Sussex residents and formally introducing Giles York as the new Chief Constable of Sussex,” said Mrs Bourne. “I’m particularly delighted that we are bringing this conversation to the Winter Garden with the Herald and that we will be joined by a representative from the business community.”

Get involved by joining Mrs Bourne and Herald editor-in-chief Keith Ridley in the Gold Room at the Winter Garden on December 9, for a Police and Crime Community Conversation. Doors will open at 6pm.

Panellist, Christina Ewbank, chief executive of Eastbourne Chamber of Commerce, said, “I am looking forward to joining the PCC and Sussex Police as a guest panellist and answering questions from residents on any business concerns that they may have.”

Send your questions to inge.keats@jpress.co.uk or write to Community Crime Conversation, Eastbourne Herald, 26 Gildredge Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN21 4SA. To reserve your seat, visit www.sussex-pcc.gov.uk