Mag anti-theft event lets bikers speak directly to police

The anti-theft event will be taking place later this month at the Ace Cafe in London

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Lcok smash bike theft

LATER this month, the Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) will be holding an event at the Ace Cafe, bringing bikers and the police together, to discuss the topic of motorcycle theft.

The event, taking place on Wednesday 14th June at 6 pm, is an open forum and provides bikers with a unique opportunity to hold the police to account on the subject of bike theft.

The gathering is the third in a planned run of ten face-to-face events taking place up and down the country, each featuring a different group of police representatives to speak to. Confirmed speakers at the Ace Cafe event are The Hertfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner, David Lloyd, who will be joined by Chief Inspector Ricky Bartlett and MAG’s own Colin Brown.

The event is open to any riders, of any age and experience, and will allow all those attending the event to raise concerns, and ask Hertfordshire police specific questions about what they are doing to combat motorcycle-related crime in the area.

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motorcycle-theft-in-front-of-police

Speaking about the meeting, MAG’s Director of Campaigns & Political Engagement, Colin Brown said:

“We are delighted to be holding this next meeting in the series at such a great venue.  Our thanks go to Mark Wilsmore for allowing us to hold the meeting at the ACE Café.  We already have a date set for a West Yorkshire Police meeting – it will be held in Leeds on 24th June.   We have seen genuine engagement in both Kent and the West Midlands following meetings in those areas.  The meetings are unquestionably raising the profile of the issue.  More importantly, the meetings are opening up opportunities for greater co-operation between the riding public and our police forces, and other stakeholders.  We are confident that the meeting on 14th June will have the same impact in Hertfordshire.”

The meeting will take place at the ACE Café on Wednesday 14th June, kicking off at 6 pm. Further information can be found by emailing central-office@mag-uk.org.

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