John Dwyer, Police & Crime Commissioner for Cheshire, is refreshing his Police & Crime Plan, in which he places the needs of victims at the centre of policing and sets out his priorities for policing in Cheshire. Each year, The Commissioner reviews the Plan to make sure it accurately reflects the views of the people of Cheshire.
John Dwyer said, “I have been elected to hold the Chief Constable to account for the delivery of policing services on behalf of the people of Cheshire. The feedback I receive from the public is vital as it enables me to ensure that the objectives set meet the needs of the public. I have already consulted over 1,300 people on the priorities contained within the Plan and I am now offering people the opportunity to comment on the Plan itself.”
As well as consulting the public, the Commissioner has taken into account the Chief Constable’s views on key areas of threat and the priorities set by local councils, criminal justice partners and the Government when developing the Plan.
John added: “I want to continue making Cheshire a safer place to live and work. By listening to your views, I can ensure the Constabulary deal with issues that are close to your hearts.”
The consultation closes on 8 January 2015.