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Police and Communities Together

Police and Communities Together - known as PACT meetings - give residents the chance to regularly meet with their local Community Beat Manager to discuss policing issues affecting the areas where they live.

What is PACT?

PACT helps inform people about how they can get in touch with their local Community Beat Manager or Police Community Support Officer. It also provides a way that officers can be tasked by the communities they serve.

When are PACT meetings - and what happens at them?

There is at least one public PACT meeting in the first week of every month - more may be arranged for any one month. Anyone can attend a meeting.

At the meeting, you can talk to your area's Community Beat Manager or Police Community Support Officer about any of the issues that are affecting you.

After the meeting, the PACT panel will meet to decide which tasks the local officer will concentrate on in the forthcoming month.

Please visit the Lancashire Constabulary website (external link) website for more information about PACT meetings near you and to find out who your local Community Beat Managers and Police Community Support Officers are.

Your West Lancashire

Information for where you live

Contact

Community Safety

Community safety enquiry

01695 577177

Write to: Community Services, West Lancashire Borough Council, Robert Hodge Centre, Stanley Way, Skelmersdale, WN8 8EE