Police webchat is a chance to question the police

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Police officers in Harborough are inviting people to take part in their next online webchat.

Officers will be available online on Monday between 6.30 and 7.30pm to discuss issues in the area and answer any questions people might have for them.

PC 1524 Steve Winn, beacon officer for Harborough North, said: “The previous webchats have been extremely successful and we hope even more residents will log on to www.leics.police.uk/harboroughwebchat this time to take part.

“This is your forum to ask anything about policing in your area or to find out more about your local officers.”
The webchat is open to anyone who lives in or works in the town centre, Little Bowden, Great Bowden, Great Easton, Allexton, Owston, Hungarton, Thurnby, Houghton on the Hill, Stoughton, Great Glen, Fleckney, Kibworth, The Langtons, Theddingworth and the surrounding villages.

The panel will answer any questions people have on crime, anti-social behaviour and crime prevention.

Harborough consultation events are held reguarly online on the second Monday of every month. For details of other upcoming and past online chats visit www.leics.police.uk/webchat.

To find out more about policing in the Harborough area follow Harborough Police on Twitter @LPHarbNorth and @LPHarbandBowden.