MAG’s motorcycle theft campaigning has an ACE up its sleeve

The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) has revealed an ACE Café up it’s anti motorcycle theft campaigning sleeve.  The iconic ACE Café will be the venue for the Hertfordshire Fight Motorcycle Theft public meeting.

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MAG has already delivered two successful public meetings aimed at raising the profile of the fight against motorcycle theft.  Gillingham in Kent and Birmingham have seen meetings earlier this year with riders given the chance to hold the Kent and West Midlands police forces to account.  Hertfordshire Police’s response will be in the spotlight as the ACE Café hosts the next in the series of public meetings being arranged by MAG.

The Hertfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner, David Lloyd, will be joined by Chief Inspector Ricky Bartlett and MAG’s own Colin Brown on the panel for the hustings-style meeting.

The previous meetings in Kent and the West Midlands have seen tangible outcomes, and the hope is that this next meeting will be equally effective.

The meeting will be open to any riders who wish to find out more about the work Hertfordshire Police are doing, ask questions and raise concerns.  The meeting will take place at the ACE Café on Wednesday 14th June, kicking off at 6pm.

Speaking as the meeting was announced, 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.”