Derbyshire Police carrying out public consultation
Derbyshire Police carrying out public consultation
Have your say

Police are on a mission to get to the heart of issues affecting a community.

Residents of Killamarsh will be able to have their say on policing when the Police and Crime Commissioner’s office and Derbyshire Constabulary host its annual public consultation.

Officers and other representatives will be at Aldi, off Stanley Street, from 10am on Tuesday to listen to concerns and get feedback from the public.

A survey will be carried out to gather important feedback on a host of issues including how safe residents feel and how their quality of life is affected by the fear of crime.

The Killamarsh event is part of a series of consultations being carried out across the county this summer.

Derbyshire Police Chief Constable Mick Creedon said: “Derbyshire is an increasingly safe place to live, to work and to visit and there have been 10 consecutive years of crime reduction – but I know that statistics can only tell us so much.

“Both Alan Charles, Police and Crime Commissioner, and I want to hear the people tell us about what matters to them.”