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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.

Wigan residents’ chance to #talktotony

Wigan people have the chance to quiz Police and Crime Commissioner Tony Lloyd and Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy in person on Wednesday 20 March 2013.

The meeting takes place at 4pm in the Council Chamber, Wigan Town Hall, Library Street, Wigan, WN1 1YN.

This is the third of a series of meetings taking place throughout 2013.

More than 250 people came along to the first meetings in Trafford and Salford, with hundreds more following the event online.

Tony said: “It was a full house for the first two meetings which shows that local people really do care about their communities and want the opportunity to have their say and help shape local policing.

“Since I was elected I’ve talked to thousands of people, listening to their views to help me finalise the police and police plan. Once the plan is published at the end of March, that isn’t the end of the conversation – I still need to hear from you and how you feel in your community. This meeting is the chance for you to meet me and the Chief Constable and have that conversation.”

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.

You can register your interest in attending the meeting, or let us know about any specific requirements you may have, here.

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

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