Live webchat with Borough Police Commander Thursday 19 January 1830

We’re delighted to help out the local police and work with Islington Gazette to run a live webchat with the Borough Police Commander Mike Wise on Thursday (tomorrow) at 1830 to 2000 (half past six ’til eight on old money).  Come along to this blog post and there will be a link to the chat session.

You can drop in at any time in that slot and we’ll get you an answer to your question.  Islington Gazette are leading this chat session and their journalists will also pose questions.  If you can’t make that time but want to ask a question email me at environment@cankfarm.com and I’ll drop it in.

The last chat we did was both really useful and great fun – the police were frank, open and to be honest very human about the realities of policing our wonderful but complex area. We covered everything from dangerous traffic through to noisy police helicopter and what the police officers’ favourite TV cop shows were.  Also quite a few people who took part were eating their dinner it seemed….

To go to the chat please Click Here and the chat window will open

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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2 Responses to Live webchat with Borough Police Commander Thursday 19 January 1830

  1. would be appropriate if Holborn Police for Kings Cross South joined in.

  2. Pingback: London policing changes – what is the MOPC? | Kings Cross Environment

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