Netley rural communities matter conference

17 February 2017

Michael Lane, Police and Crime Commissioner is holding a rural communities matter conference at Netley Police Headquarters. The aim is to give those who live and work in rural communities the opportunity to give their views on rural crime and to help set future rural priorities that will eventually form part of a new rural crime strategy for Hampshire and Isle of Wight.

This is a chance to have your views to be heard. Book your place

The agenda has now been completed but may be subject to last minutes changes and we appreciate your understanding.

Rural communities matter 2017 conference – Agenda

09:30 Arrival teas & Coffee

10:05 Welcome PCC Michael Lane

10:15 Rural Voices Short films

10:40 Hampshire Constabulary Strategic Overview

11:00 Presentation

11:20 Hampshire Constabulary Country Watch operational overview

11:30 Crime and policing trends locally – interactive voting session

12:00 Rural communities matter video snapshots of people who live and work in the rural community

12:05 Close of morning session: Intro of afternoon session

12:10 Lunch – opportunity to network and browse stalls

13:30 Tackling Rural Crime Priority setting workshops

14:30 Feedback from groups

15:00 Question and Answer Session

15:30 Next steps and summing up

16:00 Close

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