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Sunday, 22 April 2012

Public can question Met Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe in online chat

By Robert Fisk from This Is Local London News

Sunday 22nd April 2012

LONDONERS will be able to quiz the Met’s top cop during a live webchat tomorrow (April 23).

Anyone who wants to take part in the discussion with the Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe should go to met.police.uk/askmetboss between 3.30pm and 4.30pm.

You can also join the discussion on Twitter using #AskMetBoss

More than 600 people have joined the commissioner during his recent webchats, questioning him on a variety of topics including racism, recruitment, Olympics and local policing teams.

He answers as many questions as possible during the hour-long sessions which are hosted on the MPS website.

A series of online polls are also run during the events to gauge views and concerns about policing in London.

The webchats are part of the commissioner's commitment to speak directly with members of the public to find out their views on how the Met can be the best police service.

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