Metropolitan Police Service Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe to visit Croydon

Metropolitan Police Service Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe

Metropolitan Police Service Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe

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London’s top cop is visiting the borough next week to answer residents’ questions.

Metropolitan Police Service Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe will be in Croydon next Wednesday to talk to residents about his policing vision.

He will also take questions on issues of crime and policing.

Croydon’s acting borough commander Superintendent Rob Atkin said: “I’d encourage local residents, or those who regularly visit or work in Croydon to come along to this event and take their chance to speak to the Commissioner about crime and policing in the borough.

“This is their chance to hear his vision for the Metropolitan Police and to put their ideas and thoughts forward as well.”

The event is being held on Wednesday January 23 between 6.30pm and 7.30pm at Croydon College, College Road, Croydon, CR9 1DX.

Doors open at 6.00pm and places will be allocated on a first-come, first served basis.

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10:40am Tue 15 Jan 13

Sean Creighton says...

Readers who may want to ask questions might want to look at my suggestions on http://historyandsoc
ialaction.blogspot.c
o.uk/2013/01/questio
ning-mayors-police-a
nd-crime-plan.html
Readers who may want to ask questions might want to look at my suggestions on http://historyandsoc ialaction.blogspot.c o.uk/2013/01/questio ning-mayors-police-a nd-crime-plan.html Sean Creighton
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5:48pm Tue 15 Jan 13

ANNE GILES says...

Sean Creighton wrote:
Readers who may want to ask questions might want to look at my suggestions on http://historyandsoc

ialaction.blogspot.c

o.uk/2013/01/questio

ning-mayors-police-a

nd-crime-plan.html
You do go on and on, don't you? I am unable to attend next Wednesday's event, as I shall be teaching. I am attending Croydon's CCPCG meeting tomorrow and will also attend the public consultation on policing, which is not a sham. One hour should be adequate, otherwise the "glass half empty" people will just go on and on and on.
[quote][p][bold]Sean Creighton[/bold] wrote: Readers who may want to ask questions might want to look at my suggestions on http://historyandsoc ialaction.blogspot.c o.uk/2013/01/questio ning-mayors-police-a nd-crime-plan.html[/p][/quote]You do go on and on, don't you? I am unable to attend next Wednesday's event, as I shall be teaching. I am attending Croydon's CCPCG meeting tomorrow and will also attend the public consultation on policing, which is not a sham. One hour should be adequate, otherwise the "glass half empty" people will just go on and on and on. ANNE GILES
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