Live web chat with Islington council and police
By JulieGK | Wednesday, July 11, 2012, 10:33
Islington Council is teaming up with the Met police in Islington to host a joint
Take part in Islington web chat.
live web chat - the first of its kind in the borough.
Leader of Islington council, Cllr Catherine West,
and Islington's Acting Borough Commander Simon Corkill will be online to answer
questions on Thursday, July 12 from 6.30-8pm.
The web chat, called Ask Islington, is a unique
opportunity for members of the public to ask questions about council or
policing issues in their local neighbourhood.
It is also part of the Met Commissioner's commitment
to hear directly from the public, to find out views on how the Met can give a
Cllr West said: "We're on the side of residents and
committed to a safer Islington with less crime and anti-social behaviour. We
work very closely with police and this web chat offers a new way to contact us
Acting Borough Commander Simon Corkill, said: "This
is a fantastic opportunity for the police and council to come together and
answer questions and concerns that affect residents in Islington."
To take part, simply submit a question in the
viewing window below when the session is live. There is no need to log in and
you can ask questions completely anonymously.
Simon Corkill and Cllr West will try and answer as
many questions as possible during the session.
You can also pre - submit a question via #AskIslington on