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Speak to Mike Cunningham from Staffordshire Police

Chat online to your local PoliceStaffordshire Police’s most senior officers will be hitting the internet next week to speak to local residents about policing across the county as part of the force’s latest on-line engagement event.

The Open Mike Night event will involve Chief Constable Mike Cunningham, Deputy Chief Constable Douglas Paxton, Director of Resources Graham Liddiard and Assistant Chief Constables Jane Sawyers and Julian Blazeby, who will all be available to answer questions.

This is the second Open Mike Night and it’s hoped that it will be even more successful than the previous web chat which allowed over 500 people to attend the virtual meeting while around 100 questions were answered.

Mr Cunningham said: “I am keen to be as open and accessible as possible through these on-line events which are extremely popular with our communities. On this Open Mike Night my colleagues in the force executive team will be joining me so we can respond to even more comments than last time.

“I want people from across the county and Stoke-on-Trent to get involved and ask questions or, as many people do, just follow the conversations. Every day across Staffordshire our officers and staff are talking to people about the issues that affect them; this is another opportunity to ask questions about the way we are working to keep everyone safe and reassured.”

Open Mike Night takes place on Wednesday 18 April from 6pm until around 7.30pm here on Whitehill Online. Look out for more details to follow of how you can get involved.