Philip Allott will be hosting his Public Accountability Meeting next week and is encouraging people from across North Yorkshire and the City of York to get involved.
The meetings are broadcast live online and aim to make North Yorkshire Police and North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service more accessible to members of the public.
This month’s meeting will be on Tuesday September 28, from 1.30pm, and will focus on:
North Yorkshire Police – Rural Crime
Exploring how North Yorkshire Police tackle rural crime and the impact of COVID 19 and the associated lockdowns, on rural communities.
North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service – Culture, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
Creating a positive culture and workplace that recognises and realises the benefits of equality, diversity and inclusion.
Philip Allott, North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner, said: “These Public Accountability Meetings give people the chance to question leaders from North Yorkshire Police and North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.
“There are many big issues facing our emergency services and these sessions are a chance for me, and you, to ask questions of those working hard to keep us safe and feeling safe.
“Please join us live on Tuesday, or watch any time after the event, and if you have a question, please send it in and we’ll try and get an answer.”
Visit the Commissioner’s website http://bit.ly/PAM28Sept2021 to see the agenda, along with presentations and reports.
To ask a question on this month’s hot topics
In advance of the meeting, please send your question to [email protected] please include your name and address with your question.
To ask a question during the meeting using Twitter, include #NYscrutiny in your tweet.
To watch the live broadcast
Watch on our website: http://bit.ly/PAM28Sept2021 or visit https://youtu.be/RO00_rDP_Qc to watch on YouTube.
Follow us on Twitter @northyorkspfcc and look for #NYscrutiny