Commissioner wants to hear public’s questions

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PEOPLE are being encouraged to submit questions ahead of a crime meeting.

Hampshire’s police and crime commissioner, Simon Hayes, holds regular meetings with Hampshire Constabulary’s chief constable.

The Commissioner’s Performance, Accountability, Scrutiny, and Strategy (Compass) meetings take place for the commissioner to hold the chief constable to account.

In a bid to open the meetings up, Mr Hayes is asking the public to have a say on what he should ask.

Questions must be related to policing in the area, must not discuss specific or individual cases, and must not be about the role of the commissioner.

The submission deadline is August 9. Questions can be submitted by calling 01962 871 595, e-mailing, or visiting the commissioner’s social media sites.