Castle Point residents can have their say on policing at Canvey PCC meeting

Have your say on policing at PCC meeting

Have your say on policing at PCC meeting

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RESIDENTS have a chance to probe their local policing team and raise their concerns at a meeting with the Police Crime Commissioner.

Nick Alston will host his next public meeting in Castle Point to discuss local crime and community safety issues.

Joining him will be Castle Point’s district commander Ian Cummings as well as representatives from the Community Safety Partnership.

They will help the PCC explore the facts around crime trends and give briefings on what actions are being taken by local officers. The PCC will ask questions of both police and the council and talk about work being done in the area to drive down crime and improve safety.

Mr Alston said: "I encourage everyone who lives anywhere in the Castle Point district to come along to the meeting and raise the issues that matter to them around crime and policing.

“We’ll also be discussing what the new local policing plans recently announced by the chief constable will mean for Castle Point.”

The meeting takes place at The Paddocks in Long Road, Canvey, on September 10.

A public briefing document, containing information about the new policing model in the Castle Point district, latest reported crime figures for the area and crime trends will be published shortly before the meeting and will also be available at the public meeting.

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2:41pm Fri 22 Aug 14

shallotman says...

Another non job created by the gravy train boys & girls.
Another non job created by the gravy train boys & girls. shallotman
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8:15pm Fri 22 Aug 14

abd123 says...

If the Chief Constable has produced the policing plan what does the commissioner do? My guess is very little.
If the Chief Constable has produced the policing plan what does the commissioner do? My guess is very little. abd123
  • Score: 1

8:43pm Fri 22 Aug 14

Kim Gandy says...

shallotman wrote:
Another non job created by the gravy train boys & girls.
Elected by the public actually but you are right. He's a non job - and I will be demanding some answers.

I still haven't finished with him yet. There is still some unfinished business re the A130 and exploding caravans. Still unanswered questions.

Perhaps he'd like to answer them in public. To my face.
[quote][p][bold]shallotman[/bold] wrote: Another non job created by the gravy train boys & girls.[/p][/quote]Elected by the public actually but you are right. He's a non job - and I will be demanding some answers. I still haven't finished with him yet. There is still some unfinished business re the A130 and exploding caravans. Still unanswered questions. Perhaps he'd like to answer them in public. To my face. Kim Gandy
  • Score: 1

8:46pm Fri 22 Aug 14

Kim Gandy says...

abd123 wrote:
If the Chief Constable has produced the policing plan what does the commissioner do? My guess is very little.
In short b*****r all.

I've asked him some uncomfortable questions face to face before - and in writing with copies to the Echo and Mark Francois. Still waiting for the answers.

See above
[quote][p][bold]abd123[/bold] wrote: If the Chief Constable has produced the policing plan what does the commissioner do? My guess is very little.[/p][/quote]In short b*****r all. I've asked him some uncomfortable questions face to face before - and in writing with copies to the Echo and Mark Francois. Still waiting for the answers. See above Kim Gandy
  • Score: -3

12:34am Sat 23 Aug 14

ThisYear says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
shallotman wrote:
Another non job created by the gravy train boys & girls.
Elected by the public actually but you are right. He's a non job - and I will be demanding some answers.

I still haven't finished with him yet. There is still some unfinished business re the A130 and exploding caravans. Still unanswered questions.

Perhaps he'd like to answer them in public. To my face.
"To my face"

Which one?
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]shallotman[/bold] wrote: Another non job created by the gravy train boys & girls.[/p][/quote]Elected by the public actually but you are right. He's a non job - and I will be demanding some answers. I still haven't finished with him yet. There is still some unfinished business re the A130 and exploding caravans. Still unanswered questions. Perhaps he'd like to answer them in public. To my face.[/p][/quote]"To my face" Which one? ThisYear
  • Score: 0

12:15pm Sat 23 Aug 14

Now listen for I have something to say says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
shallotman wrote:
Another non job created by the gravy train boys & girls.
Elected by the public actually but you are right. He's a non job - and I will be demanding some answers.

I still haven't finished with him yet. There is still some unfinished business re the A130 and exploding caravans. Still unanswered questions.

Perhaps he'd like to answer them in public. To my face.
Please, you're not still going on about those caravans ?
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]shallotman[/bold] wrote: Another non job created by the gravy train boys & girls.[/p][/quote]Elected by the public actually but you are right. He's a non job - and I will be demanding some answers. I still haven't finished with him yet. There is still some unfinished business re the A130 and exploding caravans. Still unanswered questions. Perhaps he'd like to answer them in public. To my face.[/p][/quote]Please, you're not still going on about those caravans ? Now listen for I have something to say
  • Score: 2
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