PCC wants your thoughts on upcoming police and crime plan for Bedfordshire
The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Bedfordshire Police wants your views in the upcoming police and crime plan for the county.
PCC Festus Akinbusoye has launched an online survey to gather as many views ahead of the unveiling of the plan later this year.
Mr Akinbusoye said: “In response to some specific feedback submitted so far via the survey, I have funded free activities to support families and young people this summer to help them to acquire skills in a healthy and balanced lifestyle for the mind and body.
"Please take just three minutes to share with me your views, it’s vital that I consult with members of the public to get their view and input into the police and crime plan.
"My number one priority is the safety of each of our residents. Therefore, your input into this is invaluable in helping to shape the plan.”
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The survey closes on August 1. To have your say, visit https://www.bedfordshire.pcc.police.uk/pcc-invites-members-of-the-public-to-have-a-voice-via-the-official-public-consultation-survey-for-the-police-and-crime-plan-for-bedfordshire/.