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Join Islington borough’s top cop and Islington Council leader for live webchat

15:20 12 July 2012

Islington Council leader Catherine West

Islington Council leader Catherine West

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Residents have the chance to grill the borough's top officer and the leader of Islington Council in a live webchat from 6.30pm tonight.

Borough commander Simon Corkill and Cllr Catherine West will be answering as many questions as possible from members of the public until 8pm.

Supt Corkill said: "This is a fantastic opportunity for the police and council to come together and answer questions and concerns that affect residents."

Cllr West added: "We’re committed to a safer Islington with less crime and antisocial behaviour. We work very closely with police and this web chat offers a new way to contact us directly."

Take part in the webchat below of follow the link on the right-hand side of the page.

Islington Borough Webchat

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