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Police and Crime Commissioner launches policing survey

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I am asking residents for their views on policing priorities and the work of Lancashire Police. It's really important to me that residents have the opportunity to share their thoughts and this survey will give people the chance to do so.

It is more important than ever that my Police and Crime Plan and priorities reflect the priorities of the people of Lancashire and meet operational needs.

Over the last year, thanks to support from the public, we have been able to make investments for the first time since 2010.

Based on previous feedback and with the public's support, a dedicated task force of officers was rolled out across the county to tackle the issues that matter most to people including drug dealing, anti-social behaviour and burglary, alongside disrupting organised crime group activity and targeting outstanding offenders.

We all want to build on this and see more bobbies on the beat and over the last year I have continued to challenge Government to make sure we get our fair share here in Lancashire. Government inspectors rated us as outstanding earlier this year in the way with efficiently use the resources we do have and the way we use these to keep people safe.

I want feedback from as many Lancashire residents as possible to get a clear picture about their priorities at the current time and how safe and confident they feel where they live.

The online survey will run until the 6th of September and is available at www.letstalkpolicing.co.uk
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