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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.

Stockport residents’ chance to #TalkToTony

Tony Lloyd and Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy at Trafford public meeting - #TalkToTony

Stockport residents will quiz their Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable next week.

The borough hosts the next #TalkToTony event on Monday 21 October from 3.30pm, at Stockport Town Hall, where local people can put their questions on crime and policing to Tony Lloyd and Sir Peter Fahy.

This is one of a series of meetings that have been taking place across Greater Manchester throughout the year and have been attended by hundreds of people with many more following the events online.

Tony said: “I know how much local people care about their communities and this meeting is an opportunity for your voice to be heard and help shape local policing. I’ve been really inspired by the turnout at these events so far and now it’s Stockport’s chance to tell me and the Chief Constable how you feel in your community, what we’re doing right and what we’re doing wrong. Only by listening and working with local people can we together build the safest communities in Britain.”

Meetings will be held monthly in each local authority area of Greater Manchester throughout 2013 so that every resident has the chance to meet Tony and Sir Peter and have a say in policing and crime issues.

If you can’t make it to the meeting you can follow online or on Twitter using the hashtag #talktotony, where you can also submit a question. 

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