A major new survey has been launched by Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Philip Seccombe to understand people’s priorities for policing and community safety in the year ahead and how these should be funded. The ‘Your Police, Your Views’ survey forms an important part of the budget setting process for Warwickshire Police, with the responses gathered helping to inform the decision on any changes that may be made to the police element of Council Tax.
The Commissioner wants to understand people’s personal experience of crime and anti-social behaviour and how police are performing in the county. What is going well, what needs to be improved and how should the police prioritise what they do to make sure it matches what local people feel is important? These are the key questions that help shape how a future budget can be structured, alongside what level of funding might be needed to achieve it.
The ‘Your Police, Your Views’ survey runs until Friday, 22 December and can be found online at www.warwickshire-pcc.gov.uk/yourviews/. Paper copies are also available on request by contacting the Commissioner’s offices in Warwick on 01926 733523 or writing to: Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, 3 Northgate Street, Warwick, CV34 4SP.
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