Everyone is welcome to attend the meeting hosted by Nick Alston to discuss local crime and community safety issues in Brentwood, starting at 6:30pm on Wednesday September 2, 2015.
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The Police and Crime Commissioner for Essex is helping fund the work of The Prince’s Trust to turn young people’s lives around and provide hope and opportunity.
YOUNG people are learning to strut their stuff with the help of professional dancers thanks to cash from the Police & Crime Commissioner for Essex.
YOUNG people across Essex still have the chance to be part of an exciting film project being carried out by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.
Following my interview with The Times newspaper reported last week, there has been much debate about the role that “bobbies on the beat’ should play in policing our communities. I welcome that debate. It is one that needs to continue and develop. Oddly when many feel I should be making the case for what the public ‘want’, expressed as visible policing – bobbies on the beat – I am having to make the case for what I feel we should as citizens be asking for – safer communities and more effective and efficient policing.