Neighbourhood policing top of the bill at West Yorkshire Police Authority meeting in Huddersfield
Nov 22 2010 Huddersfield Daily Examiner
POLICING in Huddersfield will be top of the bill at the next meeting of the West Yorkshire Police Authority.
The meeting takes place in Huddersfield this Friday and will focus on how neighbourhoods are being policed.
Other topics of discussion will be anti-social behaviour, the policing pledge and the force’s volunteering strategy.
It is open to all members of the public to attend.
Chairman of the Local Policing Committee, Brenda Lancaster, said: “The topics on the agenda will be of interest to most people, since we are looking at how the force provides a service in all neighbourhoods.
“The question and answer session at the end of the meeting will give anyone who attends a chance to ask about what they have heard and also about the work we undertake.”
It takes place at the Sikh Leisure Centre, Prospect Street, and starts at 10am on Friday, November 26. It is expected to last for two hours.
For more information about the meeting contact West Yorkshire Police Authority on 01924 294000.