Residents across Cheshire have been getting involved in the second phase of ‘Join the Conversation’ - the Police & Crime Commissioner’s consultation to capture our communities’ views on policing priorities as he finalises the new Police & Crime Plan for the county.
Between 19 September and 31 October residents, stakeholders and police officers and staff have been able to give their views at roadshows and events run across the county, or online through the Commissioner’s website.
David Keane said:
“This second phase of consultation has enabled residents across the county to tell me what they think of the draft Police and Crime Plan. I have been delighted with the response.
"There have been thousands of conversations with members of the public about policing which has been supplemented by almost 750 responses to the survey and feedback from partner organisations and the Constabulary’s officers and staff. Work now starts on analysing the feedback and working to further refine the draft Plan prior to publication in December.”
David concluded by saying:
“I would like to take this opportunity to say a huge ‘thank you’ to everyone who has taken to time to get involved – it has been great to hear what you have to say.”