Published January 20, 2017 at 16:48
Public meeting will be held with the Commissioner to discuss and understand how crime is tackled in the area.
A public meeting will be held at the Council Chamber at Futures Park, Bacup at 7pm on Thursday 16th February to give residents the opportunity to ask Clive Grunshaw, Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner, about how crime is tackled in the Bacup area.
All local residents are welcome to the meeting and encouraged to attend.
Cllr Jackie Oakes, Stacksteads Ward Councillor, has organised the meeting with Mr Grushaw following an Overview and Scrutiny Task and Finish Report on the police 101 service, and general questions around crime levels. She welcomed the meeting saying;
“This will be a really useful meeting and I encourage residents of Bacup to attend to find out about police work in their area.”
Residents will be able to hear from Mr Grunshaw on how the police area dealing with concerns about increased burglaries, break ins and Anti-Social Behaviour , visibility of the police, crime prevention, the 101 service.
For more information on the Rossendale Council’s Overview and Scrutiny Task and Finish Group on the 101 service, chaired by Cllr Andrew Walmsley, please visit our website here.