Chance for residents to discuss policing issues with borough inspector

Inspector Pinkerton

Surrey Police's Runnymede Inspector Nick Pinkerton is leading an open discussion about burglary issues and other policing matters within the borough on Tuesday, 25 June which people are welcome to join.

Following concerns raised by residents, councillors have arranged this meeting where local people and businesses can ask questions and make their views known on the matter. The meeting will take place from 7-9pm at the Civic Centre in Station Road, Addlestone.

Councillor John Furey, Chair of Runnymede Borough Council's Crime and Disorder Committee said: "It's important for both the police and councillors to hear from the public, their views on crime, their priorities and suggestions,so that working together we can help make the borough a safer place. We are also keen to hear suggestions about what could be done and people's priorities in case we can address them within the limited budgets which public services have."

Cllr Furey added: "It's important to remember that recent figures show public confidence in neighbourhood policing in Runnymede has remained at 90.2%, and this open discussion will allow the views of our residents, police and councillors to be heard..

Residents are welcome to submit questions in advance which will be answered on the night, please email them to Cllr Furey or post them to Democratic Services, Runnymede Borough Council, station Road, Addlestone, Surrey, KT15 2AH.