Police & Crime Plan 2016-21

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Up to the 31st October the Police and Crime Commissioner will be collecting views on the draft Police

Police Service

& Crime Plan 2016-21 prior to publishing the final version by the end of the year.

There will be a range of public events, the details of which can be found on the events page of the Police and Crime Commissioner website. There is also a short online survey you can complete to let the Commissioner know what you think.

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Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire David Keane said: "It will only take a few minutes to fill in. In developing the draft, I have listened carefully to what you, the public, have told me is important for your police service as well as listening to community representatives, partner agencies and the Chief Constable on the emerging policing issues for our county.

"I now want to know if you think this reflects what Cheshire needs for its police service

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