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Message sent by Jennifer van Deursen (Cheshire Police, Media Officer, Chesh Engagement Unit)

Have you got a burning question or issue you want to raise about hate crime? 
Cheshire Constabulary will be hosting a webchat with the Chief Constable Simon Byrne and Police & Crime Commissioner John Dwyer on at 7pm Thursday 14 January and we want you to get involved.
The Constabulary is coming to the end of its Hate Crime Campaign, which has spent the last three months tackling hate crime in some of the hot spot areas in Cheshire. The campaign also encouraged people to come forward and report any incidents of hate crime to police.
The webchat is an ideal opportunity to ask further questions on the work that officers are undertaking in this area, and to find out more about how you can get involved in helping us to tackle this type of crime.
The web chat will run from 7pm until 8.30pm on Thursday 14 January. You can get involved bylogging onto the Cheshire police website at www.cheshire.police.ukthrough Twitter using #hatecrimechat, or by sending questions in advance by emailing referencing ‘hate crime chat’ in the email subject. 
Please note that we cannot discuss individual cases on the webchat and we will take questions on issues other than hate crime.


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