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Lancashire police chief asks public for feedback
9:20am Monday 10th December 2012 in News
LANCASHIRE’S Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, wants to hear residents’ views about crime and policing and has launched a survey asking people to tell him what issues are affecting them.
The survey, entitled 'Your Policing Priorities', is available online or from local libraries.
Clive Grunshaw said: “I came into this role to help make Lancashire a safer place. I can only do this with the help of local people highlighting issues and concerns, likes and dislikes in their neighbourhoods. If you think the police should focus on anti-social behaviour, vandalism, domestic violence, knife-crime, terrorism or any other issues, I want to hear about it.”
Community groups are also being urged to get involved to help make this survey available to everyone across Lancashire.
Mr Grunshaw added: “The Police and Crime Plan should reflect everyone's views, not just mine. The plan will set my objectives for the next three years, shaping the direction of policing in the county.”
To complete an online survey, go to http://bit.ly/Sz6Ub6 before January 11.
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