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Reminder from Police and Crime Commissioner to give your views on policing priorities

Alert message sent 21/09/2021 14:10:00

Information sent on behalf of Hampshire Constabulary


Police and Crime Commissioner Donna Jones is consulting on her full draft Police and Crime Plan and would like to invite residents to give their feedback before the online survey closes on 14 October 2021. 

So far almost 3,000 people have taken the survey about the policing priorities for 2021-2024 that are outlined in the Commissioners ‘More Police, Safer Streets’ Police and Crime Plan. The Commissioner wants to make sure the Plan is truly tackling the issues that are of most concern to residents across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight so please have a look at the full plan and complete the survey or email in your detailed comments.

The key priorities identified in the Plan are:
  • 600 more police officers by 2023
  • Improve police visibility – bringing policing to your community
  • Tackle anti-social behaviour
  • Zero tolerance approach to knife crime
  • Prevent youth offending
  • More customer focused police calling handling
  • Crackdown on unauthorised encampments
  • Improve outcomes for victims including female victims of violence
  • A voice for rural communities
The full draft Plan is available to read and download on the website morepolicesaferstreets.com, with the public having until 14 October 2021 to express their views either through a quick online survey or by submitting more detailed comments. 
 
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Graeme Barbour (Police, Digital Communications Manager, Hampshire)

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