Accessibility Options

Events

The Commissioner offers regular one-to-one surgeries for members of the public  to discuss issues of concern.

As a result of the current Covid-19 health emergency, these are offered as telephone or video calls if preferred, in line with social distancing advice.

Please email: cambs-pcc@cambs.pnn.police.uk  to make an appointment, and provide a brief summary of the issue you wish to discuss.

A member of staff will offer you a 15 minute surgery appointment which must be confirmed to book the meeting.

 For details about our privacy notice, please visit: https://www.cambridgeshire-pcc.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Cambs-OPCC-Privacy-Notice.pdf

Briefings

Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) have a statutory duty to listen and respond to public concerns regarding crime and policing, that includes public representatives.

The Commissioner offers regular briefing sessions with local councillors. The briefings are an opportunity for councillors to find out more about community safety schemes and projects which are being run in their area which they may wish to get involved in, support or promote.

They are also an opportunity for councillors to raise local concerns on behalf of the communities they represent.

For more information on Local Councillor Briefings, please visit: www.cambridgeshire-pcc.gov.uk/get-involved/local-councillor-briefings/

The Commissioner also offers quarterly briefing sessions jointly with the Chief Constable for all of local MPs.

Virtual Roundtables

In line with socially distancing advice, the Commissioner hosts subject-specific roundtable meetings virtually. These cover a range of topics with community leaders and representatives invited to feedback responses to members of the public.

Police and Crime Commissioner, Darryl Preston held a virtual briefing for people living and working in rural communities on Monday 8th November 2021.

With rural crime featured as an early priority in Darryl’s Police and Crime Plan, a virtual round table, the meeting was an opportunity for people to discuss their concerns regarding rural crime.  Attendees from farmers to landowners and people running rural businesses were provided with updates from organisations working together to help tackle rural crime and keep communities safe.

Notes and actions from the meeting can be found below as well as a copy of the presentation given by the Constabulary’s Rural Crime Action Team (RCAT):

21 11 11 Rural Crime Virtual Round Table meeting notes

Cambridgeshire Police – Rural Crime Action Team – Presentation

For details about our privacy notice, please visit: https://www.cambridgeshire-pcc.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Cambs-OPCC-Privacy-Notice.pdf