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Commissioner Seeks Public Views on Four Year Crime Plan

Cleveland PCC Barry Coppinger is seeking views from members of the public in Cleveland regarding his strategic direction over the next four years.  

PCCs are required by law to produce a Police and Crime Plan and this next one covers the period from 2016 – 2020. This draft plan is broadly based on the manifesto put to the public in the PCC elections in May this year and covers five key objectives:

  • Investing in our police
  • A better deal for victims
  • Tackling reoffending
  • Working together to make Cleveland safer
  • Securing the future of our communities

The draft plan has been put together by the Commissioner and his office and sets out around 50 actions following on from the five key objectives. It has been drawn up based on comments the Commissioner has received at over 360 community meetings, from consultation with key agencies and partner organisations - including Cleveland Police - and was endorsed last week by the Cleveland Police & Crime panel as a basis for consultation.

Barry Coppinger said: ‘This plan forms my work programme for the coming four year period and will be co-ordinated with the work of a whole range of individuals and organisations who work to keep the Cleveland area safe. I hope you will find the document of interest – it is a ‘work in progress’ - and I am interested in hearing comments and suggestions as to how it can be further improved. Please let me have them by the beginning of September.’

View the draft Police and Crime Plan here: www.cleveland.pcc.police.uk/draftpcplan2016

For more information or to have your say on the draft plan please contact my office on pcc@cleveland.pnn.police.uk or fill in the website consultation form found at: www.cleveland.pcc.police.uk/2016plan

 

 

Posted on Tuesday 26th July 2016
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