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Question Time on crime to be held at the university
4:33pm Wednesday 12th February 2014 in News
PEOPLE can put their questions to Criminal Justice bosses as part of a question time to be held at the university.
Barrie Sheldon,deputy police and crime commissioner, will be joined by West Mercia police's Chief Superintendent Amanda Blakeman, Harry Ireland, chief crown prosecutor in the West Midlands, Philip Kendrick, from West Mercia Youth Offending service and Les King from the Worcestershire probation service.
Also on the panel will be the Mayor of Worcester, Councillor Pat Agar and John Ryan, secretary and pro vice chancellor from the University of Worcester will be chairman.
Mr Sheldon will outline progress on the Police and Crime plan for West Mercia.
The event on Friday, March 7 is part of the work of the National Centre for the Study and Prevention of Violence and Abuse.
Those who would like to be part of the audience, can book their places free of charge, at worcester.ac.uk/discover/question-time