DUDLEY HAVE YOUR SAY

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HAVE YOUR SAY FOR A SAFER BOROUGH

 

Dudley Borough residents are being invited to attend an annual public meeting to meet and put their questions directly to the people who are accountable for community safety within the borough.

 

Dudley’s community safety partnership, safe & sound, which incorporates the borough’s local police and crime board, will be holding a public meeting on Tuesday 22nd March from 6pm.

This year the meeting will be held as a 'hybrid' event, allowing residents to attend either physically at Dudley Council House or virtually on Microsoft teams. (Please ensure you order the correct ticket when you register).

 

People will have the opportunity to find out more about how the partnership operates before being able to put questions to the people who are accountable for community safety.

Senior officers and decision-makers from Dudley Council, West Midlands Police, Black Country and West Birmingham CCG, West Midlands Fire Service and Dudley and Sandwell Probation Service will be on hand to answer questions related to community safety.

To book a place visit EventbriteThere is also an option to dial in to the meeting from a telephone.  For more information on this option please email community.safety@dudley.gov.uk or call 01384 814735

People who can’t attend the meeting or aren't online can submit questions in advance, and include what they think the partnership’s priorities for the coming year should be, to community.safety@dudley.gov.uk or by post, including a return address to: 

 

Communications unit

FREEPOST

MID22308

Dudley DY1 1BR

 

If you have any friends or family who aren't online but may wish to submit a question please share the freepost address with them.

HAVE YOUR SAY ONLNE SURVEY

You can also have your say by completing our online survey. The short survey gives you a chance to say what  community safety concerns people face in your local area and in Dudley borough as a whole. Take the survey at: www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/DHYS2022. The survey closes on 31 March 2022.