South Yorkshire Police is hosting an online discussion for members of the public to ask questions about the work being done to tackle child sexual exploitation.
Officers from the force’s Public Protection Unit will be on hand to answer questions during the hour-long session on Tuesday, February 3.
People can log on to the force website between 6pm and 7pm to ask questions about the work being done to prevent child sexual exploitation and bring offenders to justice.
A team of officers including Detective Superintendent Matt Fenwick, Detective Chief Inspector Sarah Poolman and Detective Sergeant Jane Fidler will be answering questions.
Det Supt Fenwick, head of the force’s Public Protection Unit, said: “We know how important it is to keep the public updated on all the work we are doing to tackle child sexual exploitation.
“This is a great way for people to speak directly to the officers who investigate these offences.”
Anyone who would like to ask a question but is not able to take part in the online session can send in questions in advance via Twitter to @syptweet.
n To join the online discussion visit www.southyorks.pnn.police.uk/webchats