Have your say at Cheshire crime meeting

Have your say at Cheshire crime meeting

Have your say at Cheshire crime meeting

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HAVE an opinion on decisions made by Cheshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner.

Ask questions during the next meeting of the Police and Crime Panel on Friday.

Made up of councillors from Warrington Borough Council and other local authorities in Cheshire, its job is to scrutinise PCC John Dwyer.

Questions can be made in person at the meeting at Wyvern House, The Drumber, Winsford; or via social media on Twitter.

To get involved, send questions to @CheshirePCP, and they will be referred to Mr dwyer The meeting, which can be watched live online, runs from 10am to noon.

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6:51pm Wed 5 Feb 14

old-codger says...

He is tempting providence, :):):). Only 5% of the electorate voted for him,
He is tempting providence, :):):). Only 5% of the electorate voted for him, old-codger
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11:47pm Wed 5 Feb 14

MikeJT says...

He'splaying it safe OC. ANOTHER meet your crime commissioner which is taking place during work hours on a week day.
He'splaying it safe OC. ANOTHER meet your crime commissioner which is taking place during work hours on a week day. MikeJT
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10:19am Thu 6 Feb 14

Nick Tessla says...

Here's a question for him - why is his smug face never used to illustrate bad news?
Here's a question for him - why is his smug face never used to illustrate bad news? Nick Tessla
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7:07pm Fri 7 Feb 14

grey_man says...

Nick Tessla wrote:
Here's a question for him - why is his smug face never used to illustrate bad news?
Quite.

And if you want to see what happens when politicians are put in charge of public bodies, just look at Lord Smith of the Environment Agency. Happy to take their ridiculous pay and pensions until things go wrong.
[quote][p][bold]Nick Tessla[/bold] wrote: Here's a question for him - why is his smug face never used to illustrate bad news?[/p][/quote]Quite. And if you want to see what happens when politicians are put in charge of public bodies, just look at Lord Smith of the Environment Agency. Happy to take their ridiculous pay and pensions until things go wrong. grey_man
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