Kidlington and District Have Your Say

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SAVE THE DATE - KIDLINGTON & DISTRICT HAVE YOUR SAY MEETING (Wednesday 7th April 2021, 7pm to 9pm) 
 

Although our “Have Your Say” public drop-in meetings are on pause due to coronavirus restrictions, it doesn’t mean that we can’t find other ways to engage with our communities in order to identify the crime and anti-social behaviour issues that matter to YOU at a local level.

The Kidlington Neighbourhood Policing Team are pleased to announce the first online Have Your Say meeting, aimed at residents and business operators in Kidlington and the surrounding villages. It will be conducted via MS Teams on Wednesday 7th April 2021 between 7pm and 9pm.

You don’t need to download the Teams app or subscribe to any service in order to take part. You can join the meeting via a smart phone, tablet or computer. If joining via a tablet or computer, please copy and paste this link into your browser: https://tinyurl.com/yz47l3bk.

The link to the session will also be published on our social media accounts nearer the time:
- @TVP_Kidlington on Twitter.
- TVP Cherwell on Facebook.


It will take the format of a series of one to one live chat sessions with the team, so you can speak to us in the confidence that the conversation is private. If there is someone else ahead of you in the chat queue when you log in, you’ll will be held in the “lobby area” until it’s your turn.

We’re excited to be trialling this new format and hope that being able to put faces to the names of the team members will be a positive experience for the people of Kidlington and the surrounding villages too.

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Alison Drury (Police, PCSO, Kidlington)

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