15 July 2019 PCC invites residents to have their say about policing in the Leiston area Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore is inviting people living in and around the Leiston area to his next Q&A session to talk to him and local officers about policing and crime issues in the area. It’s an informal drop-in session between 4.30 and 7pm on Thursday 18th July at the joint police/fire station in King George’s Avenue, Leiston IP16 4JX. Everyone is welcome, there is no need to book in advance. The PCC will be happy to talk about anything that is concerning the local community. Tim said: “Hearing at first-hand what is going on in local communities is crucially important in my role as Suffolk’s PCC. I hope people will be encouraged to pop in and let me know what they think about policing and crime in the area. “These public engagement sessions really do make a difference. It is only by hearing what people think that I can represent their views, I hope people will take the opportunity to drop in – I will be very happy to discuss anything that concerns them. The PCC and local officers will be joined by Suffolk Fire & Rescue firefighters who will be available to give fire prevention advice. This is one of many events organised across the county, the next one will be another informal drop-in session in the Holton Village Hall in Lodge Rd, Holton near Halesworth on Wednesday 24th July, 4.30-7pm.