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19 January, 2017

Public invited to ask questions at #NYPscrutiny meeting live broadcast via Twitter

Following the successful introduction of live-streaming of the North Yorkshire Police Corporate Performance, Delivery and Scrutiny Board, the Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable are again inviting the public to ask questions about the agenda items at the next meeting on Tuesday 24 January at 13:30.

Viewers of the live broadcast have the opportunity to ask the Board questions via Twitter by using #NYPscrutiny.

Meeting overview

This meeting will look at how the police are progressing with their work with investigation hubs.

Find out more bout Investigation hubs by reading our press release:
Investigation Hubs set to improve service to victims and speed up justice

Questions received from the public that relate to the agenda and are received in advance of the meeting, will be addressed by the Board during a 15 minute period at the beginning of the meeting.

Questions received from the public via Twitter using #NYPscrutiny and that relate to items discussed during the meeting will be answered at the end of the meeting.

The agenda and papers can be found here – Corporate performance, delivery and scrutiny board – 24 January 2017

To ask a question:

The full procedure for asking questions at this meeting is available here: Procedure for public questions

  • Send your question to info@northyorkshire-pcc.gov.uk before midday on Friday 20 January, please include your name and address with your question.
  • To ask a question during the live broadcast, post your question on Twitter using #NYPscrutiny

There will be a cut off point for asking questions, this will be announced during the meeting.

To watch the Performance, Delivery & Scrutiny Board meeting live:

Following the meeting, to view a recording of the meeting:

Watch LIVE

You will be able to watch the live broadcast here.

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