Tonbridge and Malling residents will be able to put questions to the officer in charge of neighbourhood policing in their area during an online web chat.
On 7 March between 7pm and 8pm, Chief Inspector Jon Kirby will be hosting an online beat meeting, where residents can submit questions about local policing.
Chief Inspector Kirby is the District Commander for the Tonbridge and Malling area, and leads the police officers responsible for neighbourhood policing in the area. The online meetings are an opportunity for residents to get updates on work that their local officers have been undertaking, to find out what is coming up, and to ask any questions about policing.
Chief Inspector Jon Kirby said: 'Online community meetings have become well established across Tonbridge and Malling, and my community support officers have fed back to me how popular the meetings have been. Officers still regularly hold face-to-face meetings in their wards, but hosting the online meetings complements these and means that residents can submit questions from the comfort of their own homes. I hope to welcome as many people as possible to the meeting and look forward to answering any queries they have.'
Residents can take part in the web chat by clicking here, and can also sign up for an email reminder so they don’t miss out. Anyone who misses the meeting can catch up by watching a replay of the meeting via the same web address.
Posted on: 18 February 2013
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