Given growing public concern regarding crime and community safety affecting communities across the West Midlands, Moseley Forum has joined forces with Kings Heath and Brandwood Forums to arrange a public ‘Question Time’-style public meeting with David Jamieson, the West Midlands Police & Crime Commissioner. As we expect demand to be high, we have made this a ticketed event to ensure the hall at Queensbridge School is not over capacity. The event will be on Wednesday 28th March and will start at 7:30pm.
As an elected representative, the PCC states on his website that he is is committed to consultation and listening to the real experiences of people on policing, crime and community safety.
You can apply for tickets via Eventbrite by clicking on the following link:
Please apply soon to avoid disappointment.
The event will follow a ‘Question Time’ style format, so we are asking those applying for seats to pre-submit any questions for the PCC by 20th March to firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions will then be selected approximately a week before the event.
Karen Osbourne of Brandwood Forum will be our Chair and will allow for some more spontaneous questions from the audience during each answer.
Please note that car parking on site will be limited to those with mobility needs on a first come, first served basis. Access into the car park will cease at 7:45pm. The gate operates automatically upon exit. We would therefore encourage others to consider getting to the venue using alternative methods of transport. The school is next to the 35/50 bus routes.
For those unable to attend, we hope to be able to livestream the event via Facebook assuming the technology behaves on the night.