Residents invited to help shape Hampshire’s response to rural crime
The Hampshire Police and Crime Panel (PCP) is inviting residents to give their views on how well rural crime is being tackled in the county and on the Isle of Wight, as part of its work to scrutinise the work of the Police and Crime Commissioner for (PCC) Hampshire.
The PCP will hold a proactive scrutiny session on 4 July 2014 to assess the progress of the Commissioner in his pledge to help reduce rural crime.
In advance of the meeting, and to support Panel members in their work on the day, partner organisations and members of the public are being asked to provide feedback on a number of key questions:
- How well is the PCC working with partners organisations to tackle rural crime?
- What is the impact on rural communities in Hampshire, and how best can we empower communities to prevent crime?
- What best practice exists which could be considered by the PCC as part of his pledge to reduce rural crime?
The deadline for feedback is Saturday 28 June 2014.
Responses can also be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or posted to:
Katie Benton, Scrutiny Officer to the Hampshire Police and Crime Panel
Hampshire County Council
Corporate Services (Room 102)
Elizabeth II Court South