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Survey will gather views of the public on policing in Lincolnshire




A survey has been launched to gather the views of the public on the future of policing in the county.

Over the past two years the annual survey has played a key role in shaping the Lincolnshire police and crime commissioner’s council tax and spending plans and last year close to 3,500 people took part.

In 2018 residents’ views led to a number of new initiatives including the launch of the community speed watch scheme, funding for advanced and refresher driving courses for under-25s and over-60s, new pursuit vehicles to give the edge to officers at the forefront of tackling offences such as drugs and organised crime, andinvestment in the latest automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) systems to enable officers to trace and arrest offenders.

Police and Crime Commissioner Marc Jones (13129188)
Police and Crime Commissioner Marc Jones (13129188)

Mr Jones said: “The response in previous years has been phenomenal and the thousands who took part certainly played an important role in helping me shape the future of their police force.

“I would encourage as many people as possible to ensure their voices are heard.”

To take part in the survey go to https://residentslincscrimeandpolicingsurvey.questionpro.com


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