Hard-working local MP Robert Largan has this week announced he is organising a Fairfield Community Policing Forum to give Fairfield residents a chance to raise their concerns with Derbyshire Police and ask them questions.
The online forum – which is open to all Fairfield residents – will be held at 7pm on Thursday 25 March.
It follows Robert organising a recent meeting with Ark Housing, the police, fire service, local council and adult social care to find a way to tackle crime and antisocial behaviour issues, particularly around Fairfield Road.
He is also encouraging residents to complete his crime survey online at www.robertlargan.co.uk/crimesurvey
Robert’s Fairfield Community Policing Forum continues his focus on crime and policing, and his efforts to help make the High Peak an even safer place to live.
The forum is open to all Fairfield residents. Residents need to register to attend on Robert’s website at www.robertlargan.co.uk/fairfieldforum, where they can also submit a question they’d like to ask the police in advance.
Robert Largan MP said:
“Lockdown has meant a lot more people are using Zoom to keep in touch with each other. I wanted to use the internet to help the Police and local residents keep in touch as well.
“I’m very grateful to Derbyshire Police to agreeing to take part in the forum, and for all the hard work they do to keep us safe, especially during these difficult times when they are placing themselves at even greater personal risk.
“I hope that my community policing forum will enable Fairfield residents to engage with the police, and help give officers a better idea of what the policing priorities of the local community are. Let’s all work together to make Fairfield an even better place to live!”