September 13, 2010 11.51 am This story is over 162 months old

Question Time for Lincolnshire Police

Police questioning: Lincolnshire Police Authority are taking questions from the public at the next formal meeting.

Lincolnshire Police Authority is setting itself wide open for the public to ask any burning questions they may have this month.

The meetings, which are held regularly, are set up to allow members of the public ask questions about the force. Questions are put in advance to the Chief Executive.

Barry Young, Chairman of the Police Authority, said: “We really are eager to take questions. 

“However they must relate to Police Authority business, rather than operational matters which are the responsibility of the Chief Constable.

“Individuals can submit their question by writing to the Chief Executive, or speaking to him over the telephone — it’s as easy as that.

“We have set aside 20 minutes at each of our ordinary meetings to consider questions from the public, and we hope to see a positive response.”

The meeting will be on September 24, 10.30am, at the Police Headquarters in Nettleham village (pictured), Conference Room C.

Questions must be submitted no later than 12pm on September 22. You can contact Chief Executive on 01522 558022 or by email.

Source, Photo: Lincolnshire Police