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Cracking Crime Wednesday, 11 September, 2002, 20:03 GMT 21:03 UK
Ask Hugh Orde
Ask Hugh Orde
The BBC's Cracking Crime day invites audiences across the UK to join in with the debate on crime.

In Northern Ireland Noel Thompson will host a live discussion on 18 September at 10:35 pm on BBC One, putting your questions to the new Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland, Hugh Orde.

In his first major interview since starting the job on 2 September 2002, he faces an audience of 40 victims of crime.

What would make your feel safer in your area?
Do we put too many people in prison? Or are we not tough enough with persistant offenders?
Or have you any other crime related questions for the chief constable?

Send your questions using the form below.

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