Mayor of West Yorkshire running Police and Crime Plan Consultation

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Tracy Brabin, the Mayor of West Yorkshire is running a consultation to inform her first Police and Crime Plan.

The Mayor is urging everyone in West Yorkshire to get involved and #TellTracy about your policing and community safety priorities.

The consultation will feed directly into the new Plan which sets the strategic direction for the police, community safety partners and commissioned services over the next three years.

Speaking about the consultation, Tracy Brabin explained why the consultation is vital to the local area: “The Police and Crime Plan is crucially important as it sets out how my pledges and priorities in this area will be delivered over the next three years.

“To ensure that it meets the needs and expectations of our communities, I need to know how you feel about policing and partnership issues within West Yorkshire.”

The consultation will run until 19th November with the online survey closing for responses on 17th October. The survey has also been translated into 5 additional languages, Polish, Punjabi, Arabic, Urdu and Slovak.

Tracy added: “To gather your views and opinions, I have launched a Tell Tracy survey, the results of which will shape the content and direction of our Plan.

“So, this is your opportunity to get involved to have your voice heard. Do get involved it is so important.”

Click here to complete the online survey and have your say on what should be implemented within the Police and Crime Plan.

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