THE Western Telegraph is offering a chance for readers to voice their views on crime and police matters.

Editor Holly Robinson has invited Police and Crime Commissioner Christopher Salmon to her office to take public questions by letter, phone, email, Twitter or Facebook.

They will be joined by Jamie Subbiani, of Red Kite Solicitors.

Holly said: “Crime and community safety is always a hot topic with our readers – I do hope they take this chance to quiz the Commissioner and Jamie.

“I’m eager that readers’ views are heard; this is a great opportunity to ask questions about concerns such as antisocial behaviour, road safety, thefts and going out after dark.”

Mr Salmon said: “This is an innovative idea by the Western Telegraph. I’m delighted to accept Holly’s invitation and I urge readers to have their say – the thoughts, observations and ideas of the public help me devise strategies for keeping communities safe.”

Mr Subbiani said: “Red Kite Solicitors are delighted to sponsor the first Western Telegraph Crime and Policing Hotline. I look forward to offering a law firm’s view of community issues.”

Our Crime and Policing Hot Line will take place from Noon-1pm on Thursday, June 26. Questions can be submitted beforehand or live during that hour.

We will feature the best questions and answers in the following week’s newspaper.

To ask questions, give observations or offer ideas on crime and policing, comment below; Phone 01437 761750; write to Western Telegraph, Western Tangiers, Fishguard Road, Haverfordwest, Pembs, SA62 4BU; Email; tweet @WTelegraph or contact us via