|Chiswick Police Station Open Day|
Visit and ask your questions on Sunday September 22nd
Hounslow Borough Police is set to open Chiswick Police Station to the public for a grand scale public engagement event on Sunday 22nd September 2013 between 10am - 4pm.
This event will give members of the public a rare and behind-the-scenes glimpse at what goes on inside a police station and see some of the specialist units, equipment and resources that the MPS has at its disposal.
Visitors and residents will also be able to talk to local Senior Police Officers about policing in their area.
Members of the public can attend Chiswick police station anytime between 10-4pm where they will be greeted by Borough Police Officers and given a talk and tour of the station and an opportunity to ask questions.
They will also get a chance to see a wide range of activities including: demonstrations of custody procedures, public order demonstrations and handling of protective equipment, video displays of MSC Met Police Careers, community safety and crime prevention, Safer Transport Teams, fingerprint taking, response policing, patrol cars, Emergency Life Support displays, and “PCSO Steve” and the other MPS mascots may also make an appearance!
A particular attraction will include Safer Transport Teams carrying out free cycle security marking of bicycles and registering the details on BikeRegister to help tackle and prevent cycle crime.
Inspector Darren Cornish of Hounslow Police said, “This will be an ideal opportunity for local people in Hounslow Borough to come along and see what goes on behind the scenes and learn about the New Local Policing Model and meet some of the met team”.
Further information about what is happening at your local Police Station Open Days is available on local borough Police Internet sites and on your local police twitter account.
Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe said, “I want the Met to be an open organisation. We are accountable to the public. These open days symbolise that openness - and I hope people enjoy looking around their local station.
“We are very clear that we are here to serve London and by inviting the public into our police stations we can give an insight to our daily work to keep them safe and tackle criminals.”
“I’d urge all Londoner’s to visit one of the police stations which is opening near them on the day and learn more about the Met.”
September 12, 2013