Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Tim Passmore has confirmed he is proposing to raise the policing element of the council tax by £2 a month and wants to hear your views.
If it goes ahead this will see an additional 29 police officers recruited to the force.
This additional resource will allow the Chief Constable to enhance police visibility and pro-activity across the county, and increase the Constabulary’s capacity to deal with more complex investigations which is what residents of Suffolk have asked for.
The PCC’s website is asking whether the public supports his proposals and explains why the increase is necessary. CLICK HERE TO TAKE PART IN THE SURVEY.
Communicating with, and obtaining the views of local people is essential to the work of the PCC so he can effectively represent the community he serves.
The PCC undertakes a wide range of engagement activities to capture the views of the people of Suffolk on policing, crime and anti-social behaviour issues, and whether they feel the police provide value for money. This public engagement includes young people, public sector partners, victims of crime and businesses.
He also engages regularly with officers and staff including workforce representatives such as the Police Federation and Unison.
Throughout the year the PCC arranges public meetings, on-tour events and public surgeries. To find out more, or to book a surgery session, please contact us.
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