My first priority is to listen to the views of the public in Cheshire, to ensure that my Police & Crime Plan reflects the policing priorities of our diverse communities.
Cheshire’s Police & Crime Commissioner David Keane has been out and about finding out what people in Cheshire think about policing in the county. Armed with your views, the Commissioner will develop a Police and Crime Plan setting out the future of policing for the county over the next four years.
As part of this six-week consultation a number of events are being held across the county where the Commissioner will listen to what you think should be a priority for your Constabulary. On 13th July 2016 David Keane’s consultation will be at Adsa, Widnes Road, Widnes, WA8 6AH between 10am and 2pm and in Runcorn Shopping Centre, WA7 2EU on 14th July between 10am and 2pm.
If you’re attending shows and events across the county over the coming weeks, keep your eye out for the Commissioner and his consultation stands. Make sure you have your say and let him know your policing priorities. The full list of upcoming events is also available on the page.
The consultation began on 14th June in Chester and continues across the county for six weeks closing on 26th July.
David Keane said: “I want to get to the heart of what matters to our communities, listen to your views and make sure you are part of the conversation about policing and crime.
“Your thoughts and ideas are crucial in helping me build on my vision of policing over the next four years.”
“I’m really looking forward to meeting you and getting stuck into making a difference to policing in our communities. Please take the time to tell me what you think and join the conversation.”