Fight on crime views wanted

Police and Crime Commissioner Mark Burns-Williamson with Chris Madden, Anne Colley and Lesley Adams in Brighouse.

Police and Crime Commissioner Mark Burns-Williamson with Chris Madden, Anne Colley and Lesley Adams in Brighouse.

A new consultation entitled ‘Your Priorities, Your Plan’ has been launched to shape the new Police and Crime Plan for 2016-21.

The consultation involves a survey on your priorities, but will also see the Police and Crime Commissioner for West Yorkshire talking to communities and many of you in person over the coming months.

West Yorkshire PCC Mark Burns-Williamson said: “I want to hear from residents about their priorities and what they want to see happen in their local area and across our county to help keep them and their families safe and feeling safe over the next five years.

“It is vitally important to me that their voices are heard and that as Police and Crime Commissioner I continue to listen to them first and work with the police and other partners to deliver on priorities.”

For more information and to complete the survey visit www.westyorkshire-pcc.gov.uk/get-involved/your-priorities-your-plan.aspx, or to request a survey call (01924) 294000.