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Police commissioner invites Lancashire people to have their say on crime

A SURVEY for residents concerned about crime has been launched by the office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.

The document, ‘Your Policing Priorities’ asks people to submit what issues they would like prioritised in Lancashire’s Police and Crime Plan 2013/14.

The commissioner, 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.

"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 being urged to get involved to help make the survey available to everyone county-wide.

The deadline to complete the survey is Sunday January 11.

It can be filled in at local libraries or online at http://bit.ly/Sz6Ub6.

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9:28pm Tue 4 Dec 12

Graham Hartley says...

There are some one-and-a-half million residents of Lancashire; rather, there were in mid-2010 if national statistics hold our confidence. One wonders how many survey forms will be completed before the January deadline, and how much time the commissioner will devote to reading them. Fascinating material at http://bit.ly/Sz6Ub6 indicates, among much else, that the commissioner's employed time has been passed solidly enough. Consider this, from a section headed Who I am and What I do (sic).

This page will be populated with the following information by January 2013. This page will hold information about the office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) including:

Details of senior posts including name, salary and the purpose of the role
Details of all roles within the Office of the PCC including a staff organisation chart and demographic details of post holders, including salary details and any vacancy gaps
Details of the PCC volunteer scheme – Independent Custody Visitors including policies and processes
Details of people earning over £58,200
The 'pay multiple' average amounts for staff salaries
Election results
Any reasons why the PCC is not fulfilling their (sic) role on a full time basis (if applicable)
The Role and responsibilities of the PCC
Details of the appointment of a Chief Constable
Processes and policies relating to appointments

Early days (eArLy DaYs?) for one commissioner, already pluralised. Whoever wrote this material had first read Franz Kafka.
There are some one-and-a-half million residents of Lancashire; rather, there were in mid-2010 if national statistics hold our confidence. One wonders how many survey forms will be completed before the January deadline, and how much time the commissioner will devote to reading them. Fascinating material at http://bit.ly/Sz6Ub6 indicates, among much else, that the commissioner's employed time has been passed solidly enough. Consider this, from a section headed Who I am and What I do (sic). This page will be populated with the following information by January 2013. This page will hold information about the office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) including: Details of senior posts including name, salary and the purpose of the role Details of all roles within the Office of the PCC including a staff organisation chart and demographic details of post holders, including salary details and any vacancy gaps Details of the PCC volunteer scheme – Independent Custody Visitors including policies and processes Details of people earning over £58,200 The 'pay multiple' average amounts for staff salaries Election results Any reasons why the PCC is not fulfilling their (sic) role on a full time basis (if applicable) The Role and responsibilities of the PCC Details of the appointment of a Chief Constable Processes and policies relating to appointments Early days (eArLy DaYs?) for one commissioner, already pluralised. Whoever wrote this material had first read Franz Kafka. Graham Hartley
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7:44pm Wed 5 Dec 12

ste.g says...

we dont want our money wasted on jobs for the boys police commisioners.let the police run the police
we dont want our money wasted on jobs for the boys police commisioners.let the police run the police ste.g
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