A number of eBeat meetings will take place online during the next couple of months, details of which will be published here with the relevant links and information on how you can take part.
Barton eBeat Meeting
An eBeat meeting will take place on Tuesday 6th March2012 for approximately 1 hour. This will provide you with an opportunity to put your questions to Police Constable Lee Fuller and Police Community Support Officer Tracy Dyas from the Barton Neighbourhood Policing Team. If you would like to take part or just view the meeting online follow this [link].
What does an eBeat meeting involve?
Do you want to know what your local Neighbourhood Policing Team is doing to tackle anti-social behaviour and to make sure that the area you live in is safe?
From the comfort of your own home, your office or workplace or using your mobile phone while you’re out and about, eBeat gives you the chance to ask questions and raise concerns with neighbourhood police officers and Police Community Support Officers no matter where you are.
How do I take part?
A link will be posted to the meeting page nearer to the event taking place. You can review all our eBeat meetings by following this [link]
Please note that there will be a number of house rules in place during the event and it will not be possible for discussions to take place in relation to specific cases or to report crimes. Please visit our 'Contact us' section for information about the many ways in which you can get in touch with us.
How do I find out about crime and anti-social behaviour in my area?
The crime mapping system is part of the Government’s drive for greater transparency and public empowerment. To view the latest crime maps for your area visit www.police.uk and enter your postcode. The page will display crime and policing information for your area, including your Neighbourhood Team profiles and contact details. Crime maps are updated on the 25th of every month.
www.police.uk will display a map showing recent incidents of crime and anti-social behaviour in the area where you live that have been reported to the police.