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Cheshire Police Survey - Policing Priorities - HAVE YOUR SAY.

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David Keane, Police & Crime Commissioner of Cheshire Police has launched an online consultation to find out Cheshire residents' priorities for policing and community safety. As well as asking residents what their top priority for Cheshire Police is, they want to know how safe residents feel in our communities and what views are on police funding.

They are currently consulting with Cheshire residents following the release of the Government's Provisional Police Funding Settlement which sets out local police budgets for the next financial year. Funding for Cheshire Police has been cut significantly by the Government over the last decade. Cheshire Police has made more than £60 million of savings during this time, whilst striving to ensure this vital service remains effective.

Please take the time to the complete a short survey and have your say here :
https://wh1.snapsurveys.com/siam/surveylanding/surveylogin.asp?sk=160759151682.1)

The online consultation, which closes at midnight on Sunday 24 January 2021, will be supported by virtual public engagement sessions that I will hold with Chief Constable Darren Martland during the next two weeks. They will provide residents with the opportunity to talk to the police directly about their views on both community safety issues and the precept.

The virtual public engagement events will take place on the following dates:

  • Saturday 16 January, 1pm-2.30pm
  • Tuesday 19 January, 6.30pm-8pm

If you would like to attend one of the virtual sessions please email your name and address, the date of the session you'd like to attend and your question for the Commissioner or Chief Constable to pcc@cheshire.pnn.police.uk. Please note that registration for each session closes 24 hours before it takes place. The link to join the sessions will be emailed to those registered shortly before each session.

Questions can also be submitted by those unable to attend the sessions to pcc@cheshire.pnn.police.uk using the subject title 'question'. You can also call the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner on 01606 364000 to register your interest to attend the virtual sessions or to submit a question.

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