On 1 February 2022, Greater Manchester Police (GMP) launched a Neighbourhood Policing Consultation that offers the people of Greater Manchester the opportunity to directly tell us what they want to see from our neighbourhood policing function. This is part of the action GMP is taking to fulfil the public promises made by Chief Constable Stephen Watson when he launched our Plan on a Page last September.
GMP are inviting members of the public to attend public consultation events where they can provide their views on what they want to see from our neighbourhood policing function. Neighbourhood policing is a crucial part of the future of policing in Greater Manchester, and the results of the public consultation will influence how we police and work together in our community for years to come. A policing consultation of this scale is something that hasn’t taken place in Greater Manchester for some time so represents a once in a generation opportunity to significantly influence the approach to neighbourhood policing for our communities.
This event is purely for members of the public in South Manchester. A member of GMP’s Command Team will be present to consult with members of the public to seek their views and feedback about neighbourhood policing in GMP.
Event details as follows:
Venue: British Muslim Heritage Centre, College Road, Whalley Range, Manchester, M16 8BP
Date: 8th March 2022
Time: Start at 7pm and expected to conclude at 9pm
Expected attendees: 150
There is no need to book, just come along to the event on the date and time specified.