Have your say on the future of policing

West Midlands Police have launched a survey to consult the public on policing priorities for the next two years.

Thousands completed last year’s survey, which identified safeguarding the most vulnerable in society as just one of the key priorities. As a result, the force launched a far-reaching campaign to break the silence surrounding issues such as child sexual exploitation and female genital mutilation.

Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner Yvonne Mosquito said: “The Police and Crime Plans belong to every person who lives and works in the West Midlands. They are key to addressing local priorities, building pride in our police and supporting economic development. This is your opportunity to make sure that we know what matters to you, so that the end results will accurately reflect your priorities. I encourage everybody to complete this survey if you have an interest in making our communities safer.”

Please click here to complete the questionnaire online before the deadline on Friday 31 October 2014. For information, the current policing plan for Birmingham is included below:

Pamela Pinski

Digbeth and Proud

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