Ask MK Police Commander - Marc Tarbit
MKFM is giving you the opportunity to ask the Commander for the Milton Keynes local policing area, Marc Tarbit, about the issues that matter to you.
Listen to our special broadcast on Thursday 29th July from 7pm where we will be asking your questions.
Supt Tarbit started with Thames Valley Police in 1998 and has worked in response and detective roles in Oxford, where he most recently worked as the Deputy LPA Commander for the past three years, and has previously worked as the Head of Intelligence for the force.
On his appointment, Supt Tarbit said: “I want to make sure that we continue to provide a high quality service to victims of crime and am particularly keen to focus on tackling serious violence and those crimes that have a significant impact on our communities.”
Totally unfiltered, we will ask the tough questions you want the answers to.
Please post your question using the form below. Questions must be received by 23.59 on Monday 26th July 2021. All questions will be sent to Thames Valley Police.
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