Have your say on making Essex safer and getting crime down The PFCC’s Police and Crime Plan Survey

Our Police and Crime Plan 2021-2024 survey is now open and you can take part at https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/EssexPFCCPlan/

The survey is a chance for everyone who lives, works and travels in Essex to have their say on the proposed priorities in the Police and Crime Plan.

 The proposed priorities in the plan are:

Further investment in crime prevention

Improve our services to support victims of crime

Reducing drug driven violence

Protect rural and isolated areas

Improving safety on our roads

Encouraging volunteers and community support

Protecting vulnerable people and those affected by crime and abuse

Reducing violence against women and girls

Preventing dog theft

Preventing business crime, fraud and cybercrime

Supporting our officers and staff

Increasing collaboration

This is the next stage of our work to develop the Police and Crime, following on from the workshops we held during the summer which some of you may have taken part in.

The survey is a chance for everyone who lives, works and travels in Essex to have their say on the proposed priorities in the Police and Crime Plan.

 

Please do take this opportunity to have a look at the survey to see how the priorities have been developed following the response to the workshops.

We really do appreciate your insights and information. Your feedback and inputs so far have been extremely useful. We want this survey to reach as many people as possible so please do share with your contacts.

 

The survey will be open for two weeks, closing on Sunday, September 19th at midnight.

More details are available here, including a link for people to download and print the survey if they are not able to complete it online.

https://www.essex.pfcc.police.uk/news/have-your-say-on-making-essex-safer-and-getting-crime-down/

 The results of the survey will be fed back into the next version of the proposed priorities, with publication of the Police and Crime Plan later in the year.

For more information go to the PFCC website www.essex.pfcc.police.uk or email [email protected] Information is also on the PFCC’s social media pages. Search @EssexPFCC.

 

 

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Posted on 23/08/2021