Plymouth police chief Andy Bickley to answer questions online
PLYMOUTH's most senior police officer is to take questions live online on any subject related to crime and policing in the city.
Chief Superintendent Andy Bickley will take your questions from 12.30pm tomorrow, providing answers live at www.thisisplymouth.co.uk.
Plymouth police commander Chief Supt Bickley will be joined by members of his senior team – Superintendent Chris Singer, local policing area commander and Detective Superintendent Keith Perkin, superintendent local investigation.
thisisplymouth digital publisher Neil Shaw said: "This is the latest in a series of open forums with Chief Supt Bickley we've held on the site and they are always interesting – with questions ranging across a huge area of crime and policing topics.
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"The team always tries to answer as many questions as possible within the two hours, and any they can't get to are answered as soon as possible after the event.
"It is a unique opportunity to put your questions directly to the man in charge of Plymouth policing."
Questions the team face on Friday could include recent policing issues such as job cuts, the new crime and police commissioner, the reaction of armed officers to incidents in the city and the current closure of the custody cells at Charles Cross Police Station.
The question and answer session is the latest in a series hosted on thisisplymouth – which recently included discussions with the managing director of MVV Environment Devonport Paul Carey, who took questions on the new incinerator, and South West Devon MP Gary Streeter.
On March 15, Plymouth Sutton and Devonport MP Oliver Colvile will take questions, while Plymouth Moor View MP Alison Seabeck takes questions on March 22.
You can take part in this Friday's debate by going to www.thisisplymouth.co.uk between 12.30pm and 2.30pm tomorrow.
If you are unable to make it, email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org today.