Autumn 2016 survey from Kent’s Police and Crime Commissioner

Posted on Tuesday 25th October, 2016 by

As Kent’s Police and Crime Commissioner I must produce a Police and Crime Plan setting out the strategic priorities for Kent Police. The existing plan ends on 31 March 2017, to be replaced with a new plan for 2017 – 2021.

When writing a new plan I have a duty to consult with victims and the wider community, so I want to know what matters most to you. Please take the time to fill out this short survey and encourage your friends, family and colleagues to fill one in as well. You do not need to provide your name or contact details.

The deadline for completing this survey is 2 December 2016, after which a summary of views and how they have been incorporated into the plan will be published on my website, www.kent-pcc.gov.uk

This short survey is only the first stage of a consultation process about Policing in Kent which will continue throughout my term as your Police and Crime Commissioner. I will be attending regular meetings with partners to seek their views on policing and the criminal justice system in Kent and members of the public are welcome to contact my office about any policing issue which matters to them.

Please remember that the Police and Crime Plan only sets the strategic priorities for Kent Police – it cannot amend or change the way officers are deployed or the way operational decisions are made. These are matters for the Chief Constable to determine. My job is to hold the Chief Constable to account for the delivery of the plan and its strategic objectives on your behalf.

Thank you.

Matthew Scott
Kent Police and Crime Commissioner

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