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Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore is inviting Suffolk residents and businesses to have their say on the direction of policing in the county and the activity which will be taken forward by his office over the next three year.
Suffolk’s Police and Crime Plan is now out for consultation in a draft form. It covers the three year period 2022-25 and is structured into four objectives which focus on an efficient and effective police force; support for victims of crime and investment to reduce crime and disorder; the PCC’s engagement with communities and his role in partnerships to improve criminal justice outcomes and enhance community safety.
The survey takes the activity identified to meet each of the four objectives and asks views in relation to those and, also gives an opportunity for people to make general observations about the areas covered by the plan if they wish to do so.
Tim Passmore said: “As Police and Crime Commissioner, I am the link between local people and the police, and it is really important to me that everyone has the opportunity to be part of the direction I am setting for policing in Suffolk if they wish to do so.
“My aim is, and always has been, to make Suffolk a safer place in which to live, work, travel and invest. The survey is an opportunity for residents to express their views on the draft plan and I can assure everyone who takes part in the survey, all their views and comments will be considered.”
The Police and Crime Plan survey is available now on the PCC website and will run until 9am on Monday 22 November.
Following the consultation, the plan will be updated and presented to the Police and Crime Panel at its January meeting for the consideration of its panel members, before being adopted by March 31st 2022.