Sunday, 29 March 2015

PCC community meeting in Honiton: Tuesday 31st March

Devon & Cornwall Police are to 'share services' with Dorset Police:
Dorset and Devon & Cornwall Police to merge services - BBC News
Agreement signed for Strategic Alliance between Devon & Cornwall Police and Dorset Police (From This is The West Country)
Devon and Cornwall and Dorset police areas to merge services | East Devon Watch

This Tuesday will offer members of the public the opportunity to pose questions to the Police Commissioner Tony Hogg:

PCC community meeting- Honiton

The Police and Crime Commissioner, Tony Hogg is holding a PCC commuity meeting at the Beehive Centre in Honiton to discuss policing and community safety issues.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Tony Hogg will be joined by the Deputy Chief Constable, Bill Skelly to discuss policing and community safety issues affecting the East Devon and surrounding area.
The question time event will allow audience members to join the policing debate and have the opportunity to ask questions to the Police and Crime Commissioner and the Deputy Chief Constable.
Please find further  details regarding the event below;
Where: Beehive Centre, Dowell Street, Honiton, EX14 1LZ
When: Tuesday 31 March 2015
What time: 6.30pm until 8.00pm
You can find directions to the venue via the below link;
If you are unable to join us on the night but would like to submit a questions in advance or during the event you can tweet using #tonyhogg followed by your questions or by emailing us in advance.
This is not a ticketed event but in order to manage numbers we would appreciate it if you could notify us of attendance indicating whether you require any reasonable adjustments to be made to enable your attendance byemail or on 01392 225555.
PCC community meeting - Honiton · Devon & Cornwall Police & Crime Commisioner
Police and Crime Commissioner | Devon and Cornwall · Devon & Cornwall Police & Crime Commisioner

The Police Commissioner became embroiled in 'Browngate' late last year.

The chair of the Scrutiny Cttee at East Devon had promised to bring up the issue with Mr Hogg, the Police Commissioner
‘Deep frustration’ over ex-councillor probe - News - Sidmouth Herald

By the time Mr Hogg came to the District Council to address it on his functions and duties, the police had decided to 'drop' the case - but at that meeting of the Scrutiny Cttee, questions were still raised:
Repercussions of the Brown affair at last night’s Council meeting | East Devon Watch
Councillor vows to challenge Police Commissioner | East Devon Watch
My role on business scrutiny committee hangs in the balance - Claire Wright

See also:
Graham Brown | East Devon Watch | Page 2
Futures Forum: "Scrutiny committee set up to look at the East Devon Business Forum, which Mr Brown chaired, should now reconsider its scope."

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