In order to ensure the voice of the public is at the heart of policing, PCC John Campion is encouraging communities to share their views in his latest survey.
As part of the PCC’s ongoing commitment to take feedback from communities and use it to shape his decision making, he is seeking views well in advance of setting next year’s budget. The survey, which is open until 11th July, will seek to understand what the community concerns are and whether or not they’re happy with how visible and accessible West Mercia Police are.
Over the next few months, the PCC will be actively engaging with communities across Herefordshire, Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin and Worcestershire.
PCC John Campion said: “The feedback I gain from surveys like this is used to shape the decisions I make on behalf of the public. This is your way of ensuring your voice is reflected in policing.
“Whilst it may seem early, I want to start the process of understanding how communities are feeling well ahead of setting the budget in a year’s time. I will also use the feedback in other areas, such as holding the Chief Constable to account, or using it to dictate where I allocate funding for community projects.
“So please take this opportunity to share your views, so I can ensure they are reflected in the service you receive. I look forward to getting out and meeting you.”
The survey closed on Monday 11th July 2022.