What are PCC Surgeries
PCC surgeries enable Steve Turner to meet Cleveland residents in confidence to listen to concerns they might have regarding policing, crime or community safety. PCC surgeries can also help identify themes or trends in public opinion, which can influence policing objectives or service delivery, commissioning and communications strategies, and gather opinion to inform future decisions.
PCC Steve Turner is keen to set up these surgeries for 2022 going forward after seeing the demand from the resident of Cleveland.
How it Works
Surgeries are held on a monthly basis at a variety of accessible venues touring the 4 boroughs of Cleveland: Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland and Stockton. The PCC will be accompanied by staff from the Commissioner’s office who will help to facilitate the meetings and may take notes where necessary.
Surgeries are by appointment only, to ensure that the issues being raised relate to policing, crime or community safety, and to ensure the PCC is fully briefed on the issue prior to the meeting.
How to attend
If you would like to book onto a surgery with Steve Turner here are a couple of simple steps you need to follow to book your slot:
- Click the surgery event you would like to attend
- Fill out a form with your name, contact information and what you aim to discuss during your meeting
- If you are successful, you will be contacted with a booking confirmation, time and location
*Please note we receive a lot of applications and cannot book everyone onto the surgeries, these work on a first come first serve basis and cannot guarantee a slot for everyone. We also ask that if you cannot make your appointment please give 48 hour notice where possible so we may offer your booking to another Cleveland resident.
To find out when our next PCC Surgeries are click here!