Police commissioner calls on residents to help shape crime plan

Police and crime commissioner Jason Ablewhite. Picture by Terry Harris.

Police and crime commissioner Jason Ablewhite. Picture by Terry Harris. - Credit: Terry Harris Photography

Cambridgeshire’s police and crime commissioner, Jason Ablewhite, is calling on members of the public to give their views on crime and policing as he formulates his new ‘crime plan’ for the county.

Since his election in May, Mr Ablewhite, who is also a district councillor for St Ives, has spent his first few months talking to people across Huntingdonshire in order to prepare a new crime plan.

To help shape the contents of the plan, the office of the police and crime commissioner has produced a short survey.

Mr Ablewhite said: “I would be grateful if as many people as possible could take a few minutes to complete the survey. Your responses will help me understand what matters to you in terms of keeping our communities safe and will help me shape my police and crime plan.”

You can submit your views by logging on to www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/FKLCWJY.


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