Cleveland Police's Chief Constable Jacqui Cheer to be quizzed by public

THE PUBLIC will get chance to quiz Cleveland Police’s Chief Constable on Monday, February 18.

Jacqui Cheer, who was appointed as the force’s new head last week, is set to take part in a live web chat.

The will allow people to address Mrs Cheer with policing related queries and is being run as part of Community Click.

The initiative was set up to allow those unable to attend public meetings and those who may not have the confidence to ask questions in public to quiz police officers from their own home.

Chief Constable Cheer said: “I am looking forward to taking part in Monday’s online chat. The internet and social media have revolutionised the way in which we communicate over the last few years, and it’s important that we explore new ways of engaging with our communities.”

The chat will run from 6pm to 8pm. To access the chat and to ask questions ahead of the event, visit Cleveland.police.uk.

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3:19pm Thu 14 Feb 13

st-george1 says...

... I heard on the grapevine this this approach is likely to be for the benefit of invited friends, public-sector families and any other Labour-Party affiliated people, media-style !
Why can't this wait until the final outcome of Operation Sacristy is made public
... I heard on the grapevine this this approach is likely to be for the benefit of invited friends, public-sector families and any other Labour-Party affiliated people, media-style ! Why can't this wait until the final outcome of Operation Sacristy is made public st-george1

7:13pm Thu 14 Feb 13

NO EINSTEIN says...

Chief Constable Cheer said: “I am looking forward to taking part in Monday’s online chat, at least i won't have to meet the public in person, i'm here for the money, as i'm originally from the South, Northerners are not my normal for-ta, there dirty, and talk "right funny".
Chief Constable Cheer said: “I am looking forward to taking part in Monday’s online chat, at least i won't have to meet the public in person, i'm here for the money, as i'm originally from the South, Northerners are not my normal for-ta, there dirty, and talk "right funny". NO EINSTEIN

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