ASK THE MET COMISSIONER? Thursday 21 February at 11am

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The Commissioner will be taking questions from the public during his next live webchat, which for the first time has a counter terrorism theme #AskMetBoss

To support the: ‘It’s probably nothing, but…’ counter terrorism publicity campaign, the Commissioner will be joined by Assistant Commissioner Cressida Dick on Thursday 21 February at 11am to take questions from Londoners.

The campaign message is: “It’s probably nothing, but … if you see or hear anything that could be terrorist related, trust your instincts and call the confidential Anti-Terrorist Hotline. Our specially trained officers will take it from there. 0800 789 321 Your call could save lives.”

The campaign, launching next week, encourages the public to come forward with any information which could help police counter the terrorist threat which we continue to face. The Commissioner and AC Cressida Dick will be on hand to answer any questions the public may have and discuss how they can best support police.
The webchats are part of the Commissioner’s commitment to speak directly with members of the public to answer their questions on policing and find out their views. Apart from taking questions about the counter terrorism campaign the Commissioner will still be answering questions on other subjects from members of the public.
Join the webchat on Thursday 21 February at 11am http://www.met.police.uk/askmetboss/

For those unable to make the webchat you can pre-submit questions in advance via the comment box below or on Twitter using the hashtag #AskMetBoss. Follow us on Twitter @MetpoliceUK for more information.
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