PCC's Police and Crime Plan Survey 2021
TIME TO HAVE YOUR SAY – PCC LAUNCHES PUBLIC CONSULTATION ON A NEW POLICE AND CRIME PLAN
If you can spare a few minutes, we would appreciate you helping us out by sharing your views.
Every four years the Police and Crime Commissioner must decide the priorities for the Kent Police Force. To do that, Matthew Scott has launched a survey and is seeking your opinion on whether the Force is performing as it should and where you think resources should be focussed in the future.
It asks what type of crimes matter most to you: it asks about victim support and violent crime, as well as road safety and antisocial behaviour. It also asks whether you’ve been a victim of crime and whether you have installed your own security devices, like alarms and doorbell cameras.
The results of this survey will influence the Commissioner’s new Police and Crime Plan, which sets out the strategy for the police for the next four years.