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Greater Manchester no longer has a Police and Crime Commissioner. The Mayor of Greater Manchester has now taken responsibility for policing and crime.

Boltonians turn out to #talktotony

Tony Lloyd talks to Bolton people at Bolton public meeting - #TalkToTony

It was another full house for the latest #talktotony event in Bolton earlier this week (Tuesday 30 April).

More than 100 people came along to quiz Tony Lloyd, Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy and Bolton Divisional Commander, Chief Superintendent Dave Hull at Bolton Town Hall.

Police accountability, restorative justice, changes to probation services and hate crime were among some of the issues raised.

Tony said: “It’s great to see so many people coming to the public meetings. It shows that residents really do care about their communities and want to have a lively debate about how best to tackle crime and antisocial behaviour.”

Chief Constable and Tony Lloyd

If you couldn’t make it to the meeting you can replay our twitter feed here

This was the fourth of ten public meetings the Commissioner is holding throughout the year.

The next one takes place in Bury on Tuesday 28 May.

If you can’t attend you can submit a question online a week before the meeting or on Twitter using the hashtag #talktotony.

 

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