DURHAM Police and Crime Commissioner, Pleasure Allen, has launched launching a survey for members of the general public to share their views about native policing in County Durham and Darlington.
The commissioner is asking residents, companies, group, and voluntary sector organisations to share their views as she begins to develop a brand new Police and Crime Plan for the drive space.
As soon as absolutely developed, the Plan will set out the policing and crime priorities for the subsequent three years.
PCC Pleasure Allen mentioned: “All through my marketing campaign, I spent numerous time reaching out and listening to the folks of County Durham and Darlington on their priorities in the case of native policing.
“From these discussions in addition to my Crime Survey I carried out final yr, a number of precedence areas emerged which I’ve captured in my Police and Crime Plan together with anti-social behaviour, street security and drug use and dealing.
“Six broad themes which are coated within the plan embrace, Safer Communities, Safer Individuals, Safer On-line, Safer Roads, Safer Countryside and Safer Enterprise.
“I’m eager to listen to concepts and any native issues about group security and methods we are able to enhance our method with the drive and companions transferring ahead.
“I might be grateful to residents, enterprise house owners, group and voluntary sector organisations throughout County Durham and Darlington to take the time to finish my survey and have your say on what issues most in your group.”The Commissioner’s survey launches runs for 4 weeks till Thursday August 19. A hyperlink to the survey will be discovered by clicking right here
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