Have your say on the Police and Crime Plan for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough 2021-2024
A warm welcome to my website.
As your elected Police and Crime Commissioner, it’s my duty to be the voice of the public and make sure your concerns are shared with the Chief Constable.
When I was campaigning to be elected as your Commissioner, I spent a great deal of time talking to people on their doorsteps about what matters to them when it comes to local policing.
From early conversations with members of the public and local businesses, there are a number of headline themes already emerging, such as:
- Community Priorities
- Crime Prevention
- Supporting Victims & Witnesses
- Ethical policing
- Robust Enforcement
Now that I am in post, one of my first priorities is to produce a Police and Crime Plan which sets policing and crime priorities for the next 3 years. It will explain how crime will be tackled by the Constabulary and how people affected by issues such as road safety, anti-social behaviour and drug dealing will be supported.
Additionally, the Plan will set out how:
- People get the help they need
- The Chief Constable delivers an effective service
- Money is spent to support projects and services
- Decisions are made in an open and honest way, and everyone’s needs are considered
It is important to me that the final Plan means something to local people; that it considers the views and lived experiences of people living and working in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, as well as fulfilling my statutory duties as Commissioner.
I know from the way people responded to previous public surveys and consultations, issued through my office (such as the recent Precept Survey), that they welcome early opportunities to feed into how they want to see future policing carried out in the county and this is your opportunity to do so.
I have therefore produced a simple survey with a small number of open questions to allow plenty of space for feedback.
Your comments will help inform the full plan and detailed priorities as it is developed.