Posted by: Laura Hammond
Wed 29th June 2022
Derbyshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) wants to know your views on crime and community safety.
Angelique Foster has launched the Listening to You survey, which asks residents how safe they feel and whether they have been a victim of crime in the past 12 months.
It also asks residents to say what crimes they are most worried about, listing a range of offences including anti-social behaviour, vandalism and assault.
Angelique said: “My role as PCC is to be the voice of the public in policing. This survey is one of the many ways I am able to gain an insight into public feelings about safety.
“My key priority is to keep residents safe with a commitment to build strong local policing in our communities.
“Making sure the force has the right resources in the right place to fight crime and tackle issues that matter most to local people is vital to building public confidence and improving safety.
“This is an opportunity to share your views and concerns with me directly.”
The survey is available here.
Picture credit – Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner
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