Local residents will have the opportunity to question the Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis when he visits Bromley later this month. The announcement was made by Bromley Council, and the event is open to all who wish to attend.
Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe will be taking part in a road show in the Borough on Wednesday 24th June. The event will be held in Bromley Central Library starting at 6:30pm.
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Residents from across Bromley and Bexley will be able to ask the Commissioner questions regarding a wide range of issues that directly affect them and the areas that they live in. He will also provide details on the challenges that the Metropolitan Police Service must deal with now and in the future.
Senior officers from the Bexley and Bromley Boroughs will also attend the event. They will be available to meet with local residents and other stakeholders to answer their queries and concerns at the start and end of the session.
Gareth Bacon, the Chairman of the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority and a London-wide GLA member, will be chairing the event. He is doing so on behalf of James Cleverly, who is the London Assembly member for Bexley and Bromley.
Further details on the event will be made available in the local press.
Will you be attending the Police Commissioner’s road show? What questions would you like to ask? How do you think the Police Service can better support the Bromley and Bexley areas?