Between 7-9pm, Wednesday, 14th June, 2017, in the Council Chamber, Rutland County Council, Catmose House, Catmose Street, Oakham, LE15 6HP.
Part 1. This year the format for the of the AGM will change, with the emphasis on the developmental. As outlined last year, we are going through a period of change and we wish to discuss and consult on the organisation, structure, and Communication we will need in Rutland over the coming year. This will cover:
(a) Our Constitution: the role of the Board/Coordinating Group, and the relationship with and between, grassroots Watches and the Police.
In particular, we want to review members progress in forming 'clusters' and receive feedback from those who have met together.
(b) The smartphone app. Later in the year this will be reviewed, and we seek views on how we can:
i. Promote it more widely;
ii. Make it more effective for Members, other 'Users', and Police; and
iii. Better share information and proviefeedback to 'Neighbours' and Police.
Please attend to assist this process. Decisions on these matters must be made, and the more contributors, the more effective for both Members and our Association.
The changes necessary, result from a lack of volunteers, largely in an organising capacity; should anyone feel they wish to assist in this area, please contact Adrian or myself before the AGM.
Part 2 will address the 'formalities' of the meeting, but this is likely to be by far the shorter of the two elements.
Further information can be obtained from:
Mr Ruthven Horne; 'email@example.com'
Mr Adrian Gombault; 'firstname.lastname@example.org'
Volunteer Director RNHWA.