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Monday, 27 April 2015

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Police and crime commissioner to host online meeting with people of Cumbria

THE Cumbria police and crime commisioner has announced he will host an online meeting about rural crime.

By Stuart Rust

As part of his plan to engage with communities, Richard Rhodes will lead the online meeting on Monday, April 7, between 12pm and 1pm.

The meeting is the first in a series of themed online discussions.

It is being held to invite views on rural crime issues so that they can be fed into the rural crime strategy due to be launched in April.

Mr Rhodes said: “I attended an event on rural crime that was held recently, where many stakeholders and local groups were represented.

“I am now extending the offer to anyone with questions or views about rural crime to log on to the online meeting to have their say and ask questions.”

Those interested in taking part in the online meeting should log onto the Commissioner’s website and click on the relevant link under ‘Working for You’.

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