Have Your Say
A cross-party delegation will be travelling to London on Tuesday next week to speak to the Minister who is responsible for maritime affairs, Stephen Hammond MP. The group will be raising the impact of the recent cuts in Wightlink services.
The University of Portsmouth’s Institute of Criminal Justice Studies is carrying out an evaluation on behalf of Isle of Wight Police, of public opinion regarding the police use of body worn video cameras on the Island.
An E-Petition, calling for a Parliamentary Debate on the closure of Camp Hill Prison on the Isle of Wight, has been started by a prison worker.
A survey is underway to gather the views of carers and young carers on the Isle of Wight. Compiled by the Isle of Wight Council and the Isle of Wight Clinical Commissioning Group People have until 8th February to submit their views.
Residents of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight are being asked for their views on policing in the first major public consultation exercise by the Police and Crime Commissioner.
An appeal has been issued by the National Museum of the Royal Navy for anyone connected to the World War One HMS Caroline to make contact. The NMRN is currently compiling an oral history of the ship and its many different functions and duties throughout the 99 years of its life.