The Police and Crime Commissioner Jonathan Evison has opened an online consultation to gather views on Policing and Community Safety from the public and community partners in the Humber Region.
The survey will contribute to the Commissioner’s Police and Crime Plan, the strategic document which, during his term of office, will set out his priorities to reduce crime and improve community safety. The Chief Constable of Humberside Police must bear these priorities in mind when making his operational plans.
The three key areas he is asking about are:
· Engaged and Resilient Communities: volunteering, building trust and confidence in rural as well as urban areas, ensuring clear routes for you to raise concerns, building local resilience, and providing effective services for victims of crime and anti-social behaviour.
· Safer Communities: education around crime and harm, early intervention to stop young people being criminalised, finding proper solutions to violence against women and girls, reducing drugs demand, and working with our partners.
· Working Better: use of new technology to protect the public, and proper sustainable, environmental and social investment.
He also wants people to take the opportunity to tell him:
· About their experiences of crime and policing, good and bad.
· Any issues with the service they receive in their local area.
· What they’d like to see change in the coming months and years.
· Where they see the greatest opportunities to work better with our communities and local
The survey will take around 10 minutes to complete and closes at midnight on Sunday 11th July 2021.
The survey link is https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/6361651/Police-and-Crime-Plan-2021