Kings Cross police web chat

Chat live with Chief Inspector Claire Clark who is head of safer neighbourhood policing in Islington and Kings Cross Sergeant Michael Atkinson here from 7-9 pm today, 16 June 2011. The panel below will go live at 630 we’ll start answering questions from 7.  If you want to ask anonymous questions mail me and I’ll ask for you.  All police and community issues are open –  but we can’t deal with live investigations, things that might be in contempt of court and issues that could put people in danger.

You can replay the webchat from this link.

About William Perrin

Active in Kings Cross London and South Oxfordshire, founder of Talk About Local, helping people find a voice online and a trustee of The Indigo Trust , Good Things Foundation and ThreeSixtyGiving as well as Connect8.
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3 Responses to Kings Cross police web chat

  1. A great success! And I love that it’s all documented on the site so that everyone can see how it went. Congratulations KXE!

  2. Paul Convery says:

    Well done KXE, I’ve just read through the chat and greatly regret missing it. Sadly Thursday 7 to 9 was an exact clash with a formal meeting of the Council’s Executive. Sneaky webbing from under the committee table would have been frowned-upon I’m afraid. I’ve spotted 3 things of great interest here:

    * Perennial problems that could be fixed by greater scale and extent of youth services in the area
    * The worsening problems caused by heavy traffic, driver behaviour and the gyratory
    * Web chat with Cllrs from both sides of the boundary … an excellent idea.

    p.s. I had already figured “Purple’s” identity, but she’s definitely blown cover now.

  3. rustyben says:

    Hello I have been keeping an eye on things on havelock street N1 where we have a well known drug dealing house and I am happy to keep reporting any new findings about the property the house in question has been raided on more than one occasion and small amounts of drugs have been seized to no effect of any real court cases or any imprisonments or charges AND THE CRIME STILL CONTINUES TO THIS DAY, but I am keeping a good eye on things going on around the property to help stamp out drug dealings in Islington as i am a good neighbour looking forward to living in a better and safer Islington and I want to help the police as much as I can.

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