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Cheshire police and crime commissioner asking for your views on local policing

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On Thursday 19 September, representatives from the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner will be at Gadbrook Park in Northwich between 12noon-3pm to ask local residents about their policing priorities.

It's part of the Commissioner's Annual Policing Survey with the views collated used to review the Police and Crime Plan to ensure it still meets the needs of Cheshire’s residents.

There will also be the chance for victims of bullying to share their experiences as part of Cheshire's Anti-Bullying Commission. The Commission wants to capture as many views as possible and it will not only ask people about their experiences at the time of being bullied but also what support services they would like to see in place to support future victims of bullying.

The evidence collated will then be reviewed by the Commission members and will be used to develop a set of recommendations for police and other criminal justice organisations, education establishments and elected representatives to consider how they can provide more protection for victims of bullying.
We hope to see you there.

If you are not able to attend but would still like to give your views as part of the Annual Policing Survey or Anti-Bullying Commission, you can still do so online by clicking the following links:

Annual Policing Survey – https://cheshire-pcc.gov.uk/what-im-doing/get-involved/public-consultations/open-consultations/annual-policing-survey-2019/

Anti-Bullying Commission - https://cheshire-pcc.gov.uk/what-im-doing/get-involved/public-consultations/open-consultations/anti-bullying-commission-call-for-evidence/
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Caroline Tozer (Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire, Communications Officer, Police and Crime Commissioner)

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