Have your say on crime and disorder

Do you want to find out more about what's happening about crime and anti-social behaviour locally?

Residents across St Helens are being urged to attend a public meeting held by the St. Helens Community Safety Partnership on Monday 4 March to find out what's being done to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour in the borough.

The meeting will take place in Room 10 at St Helens Town Hall at 2pm.

Residents will have the opportunity to put their questions on community safety to the agencies that make up the partnership - such as St Helens Council, Merseyside Police, Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service and the Probation Service.

Questions must be submitted in advance - and no questions will be allowed on the day. Due to time constraints, and to encourage participation, residents are restricted to one question each.

Please be aware that you may not get a verbal response to your question, especially if the question is particularly detailed. In these cases a written response will be offered.

To submit a question on a community safety issue in St Helens, simply email sarahmoss@sthelens.gov.uk or telephone 01744 675935 by Friday 22 February 2013.

The rest of the meeting is open to members of the public but agenda content and contributions are restricted to Community Safety Partners only.

The use of audio and visual recording equipment is not permitted.