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Do you have concerns and opinions on policing issues in your area?

By amy gardner, Monday Oct 5, 2020

Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Sue Mountstevens is elected to be your voice in policing and to hold your police service to account. She wants you to have your say on policing in your area.

PCC Sue Mountstevens. Photo: Avon and Somerset Police Crime Commissioner

As we all begin the journey of recovery from the impact of coronavirus, the PCC wants to make positive changes to services to ensure money, police officers and resources are in the right place for local people. PCC Sue Mountstevens said: “We need you to let us know what you think about how you and your community is policed, what the police service does well and what we can tell them to improve. “The police service is under a great deal of pressure and, with huge demand, we need to think carefully about how to best resource that. I would like your thoughts on how to achieve this.”

Photo: Avon & Somerset Police & Crime Commissioner

We’re asking local people to help us understand what matters most to our communities
and where they think extra officers should be by completing a short survey here. Survey ends of October 7th.

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