An opportunity for Londoners to ask their questions
On Wednesday, 1 February, between noon and 1pm, Commander Tony Eastaugh will be hosting a webchat on the use of stop and search by the
Metropolitan Police Service in London.
This presents a great opportunity for Londoners to ask him questions about how officers are using these powers and how the service is setting out to improve its approach announced by Metropolitan Police Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe.
To join the webchat during the above hours, people can simply click the link below, use the link to set up a reminder or alternatively they can pre-submit a question via twitter using the #stopandsearchchat hashtag
The Met Police will try to answer as many reasonable questions as possible in the allotted time period. Any questions that they don't manage to answer will be posted on their website after the webchat.
January 30, 2012