Residents have the chance to put their views to those in charge of policing on Monday.
Bolton is hosting one of 10 public meetings across the region with the chief constable of Greater Manchester Police (GMP), Peter Fahy and chairman of the Greater Manchester Police Authority (GMPA), Councillor Paul Murphy.
The meeting will be held in the reception room on the second floor of the Albert Halls on Monday, July 11 from 6pm to 8pm to discuss policing today and tomorrow.
People attending will find out from the Chief Constable and Chairman how GMP is performing against the targets set by the GMPA and the challenges facing policing in the future.
There will also be the opportunity to meet Bolton’s divisional commander for Bolton, Chief Superintendent Steve Hartley, and other local officers. Officers and staff from forensics and the automatic number plate recording team will be displaying some of the technology and techniques police use to deter and catch criminals.
Information on policing in Bolton and other forthcoming Policing Today, Policing Tomorrow meetings can be found on the police websites.