NOT LONG LEFT TO HAVE YOUR SAY ON POLICING PRIORITIES IN YOUR AREA

Nottinghamshire Police is encouraging local communities to help shape local policing in their area by taking part in its new neighbourhood policing priority survey.

The results of the survey will help neighbourhood policing teams to better understand ‘what matters’ most to the communities they serve, as well as enabling them to focus their efforts on designated neighbourhood priorities within each area.

As Nottinghamshire Police continues to invest in neighbourhood policing, the survey will enable local teams to focus on more of ‘what matters’ as more officers are recruited and proactive policing teams are introduced across the county.

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How local policing priorities are set in your area

The survey will support Nottinghamshire Police’s renewed focus on addressing designated neighbourhood policing priorities which are informed by local crime and incident data before being agreed by each area’s neighbourhood policing inspector in agreement with local partners and elected members.

Once agreed, each area’s priorities are published on the Nottinghamshire Police website alongside monthly updates about the progress that local police officers and staff are making to address each priority.

The survey complements the existing public consultation activity that is undertaken by the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner which is already being used to inform how local policing priorities are decided across the county.

How can I find contact details for my local policing team?

To find details of Nottinghamshire Police officers working in your area, please visit the Neighbourhoods page of the Nottinghamshire Police website. For Bramcote, select Stapleford.

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