Gloucestershire’s new Police and Crime Commissioner, Chris Nelson, has launched his fledgling Police and Crime Prevention Plan marking the start of a period of public consultation. He welcomes any feedback on these plans.
A Police & Crime Plan is a statutory requirement for Police and Crime Commissioners. It sets the tone for policing and should reflects issues that communities find important to them. As the job title suggests, Police & Crime Commissioners also have responsibilities and interests beyond policing.
Chris Nelson added “This is why so you’ll also see that this document sets out a vision for wider partnership working across the county, taking my public health approach to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour that was a large focus of my campaign.
The plan sets out my strategic vision. The detailed activity associated with implementing the priorities will be developed in delivery plans which I have emphasised should include measurements of success, lead officers / agencies and milestones. These will be completed once we have a final Plan in place.”
The Police & Crime Prevention Plan is available online and via PCC roadshows. The dates of the remaining roadshows and links for booking are below
- 11th October-Cheltenham– The Pavilion: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/building-stronger-communities-police-roadshow-tickets-164118612187
- 13th October- Tewkesbury– Gupshill Manor: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/building-stronger-communities-police-roadshow-tewkesbury-tickets-164118668355
If any members would like to share feedback, please send this directly to email@example.com