The public are invited to a community meeting discussing rural crime in the county. It is due to take place in Northleach later this month (June).
Anyone is welcome to attend the meeting at the Westwoods Centre in Northleach on Tuesday 27 June.
Doors open to the public from 5.30pm for a 6.00pm start.
The meeting will have a panel made up of the Police and Crime Commissioner and key police officers and staff. They will be able to provide updates on their actions taken to tackle rural crime and to answer questions the public pose to them.
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner has received a number of communications from members of the rural community and the Commissioner is keen to discuss rural crime with the people it affects most.
There will be partner agencies and crime prevention support at the event also.
There are no tickets, anyone is welcome to turn up on the night.
There will be free refreshments provided.