Residents invited to question senior North Yorkshire police officer online (From Darlington and Stockton Times)
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Residents invited to question senior North Yorkshire police officer online
12:11pm Monday 30th September 2013 in News
NORTH Yorkshire residents will have their chance to put their questions to a senior police officer.
Tomorrow (Tuesday, October 1), Assistant Chief Constable Paul Kennedy will be hosting a live webchat to mark his first month in the job.
Mr Kennedy, 48, who joined the police in 1988 after working in the NHS as a haematologist, previously served with West Yorkshire Police and South Wales Police in both uniform and detective roles. He was a senior investigating officer in the homicide and major enquiry team at Bradford.
Since joining the North Yorkshire force, Mr Kennedy has responsibility for neighbourhood policing, roads policing, mobile safety cameras, firearms and CID.
He is also leading Operation Hawk, the ongoing crackdown to tackle rural crime and cross-border criminals.
Members of the public can question him by logging on to the North Yorkshire Police website; www.northyorkshire.police.uk and put their questions to him between 5pm and 6pm on Tuesday, October 1.
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