We put your questions to the Lancashire Crime Commissioner Andrew Snowden - this is what he said

To mark Andrew Snowden’s first year in office as Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, you told us your one question that you’d like him to answer.

By Iain Lynn
Tuesday, 24th May 2022, 4:55 am

There were some very interesting questions, ranging from anti-social behaviour problems, lack of police numbers, drug issues and speeding motorists.

So we gathered them all up and took them to County Hall in Preston, to put them to Mr Snowden.

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Andrew Snowden is marking one year in office as Lancashire's Police and Crime Commissioner

The questions included:

Why don’t you introduce more traffic stops for random breathalysing and drug testing? When will the Police take domestic violence seriously? Why do you simply fob people off with a crime number and expect them to accept it without any investigation? When are you going to deal with speeding in the town? Many of the people of Chorley are literally terrorised and feel threatened by anti-scoial behaviour Why don’t the police arrest the drug dealers and the people who sell them on?

You can listen to his answers on these questions and more in the video above.