How to ask questions
Members of the public may submit up to two questions to be considered by the District Commander at the next available meeting of the Partnership in public session. Questions must be submitted in advance of the meeting taking place.
Such questions must be relevant to the operation of the District Policing Partnership, and can be accepted from any person living or working in the district, or any person directly affected by the policing of the district.
If you wish to have a question asked of the District Commander on the policing of your community at the next meeting forward it to the District Policing Partnership Manager using one of the following:
By Post DPP Manager, Cookstown DPP, Council Offices, Burn Road, COOKSTOWN, BT80 8DT
By Fax 028 8676 4360
By Phone 028 8676 2205
By Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions at the Meeting
Questions may also be asked by a member of the public attending the meeting, at the discretion of the presiding Chairman. If the Chairman permits this, questions must be:
- asked through the Chairman
- relevant to the policing of the district
Questions asked of the District Commander at the meeting may be followed by a written answer. In this instance, the member of the public must make their name and address known to the District Policing Partnership Manager so as a written response may be forwarded, if required.