Police News – Alison Hernandez’s Monthly Report – August 2016

Alison Hernandez’s Monthly Report August 2016

 

 

Alison Hernandez’s monthly report brings you news from your Police and Crime Commissioner



Monthly report – August 2016

We are currently coming to the end of two months of intensive consultation with communities across Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly – it’s the biggest ever to be held into policing issues.

Never before has the public, and interested organisations, been given the chance to have such an influence on setting priorities for the police force.

So far over 1,200 people have taken part but there is still a chance for you to get involved – we will be collecting feedback until 5pm on Friday 9 September.

If you have concerns about how your community is policed and want to help fashion how that happens in the future, I would urge you to take part.

Simply click on this link and it will take you directly to the webform – it will take about 10 minutes to complete.

Thank you in anticipation.

Take the survey here >

 

The Police and Crime Commissioner’s vision for the 2016-2020 Police and Crime Plan has two core strands – keeping people safe and getting the best out of the police.
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For all other news from Alison Hernandez’s office click here >
 

During her election campaign Alison Hernandez set out a clear set of priorities for the future.  In particular she made five key pledges and these remain a core part of her thinking for the plan.
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If you want to know what events Alison and her team will be attending in the coming months have a look at our OPCC calendar >
 

The last 12 months has seen a reduction in reported crime of 4 per cent in Devon and Cornwall and is testimony to the hard work and dedication of police officers and staff.
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To view all our videos including questions we have asked the chief constable on the public’s behalf click here >

 

 

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