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Get Involved

Police and Crime Commissioners are elected by the public to hold Chief Constables and police forces to account – making the police answerable to the communities they serve.  Thus, the role of the Police and Crime Commissioner in engagement is to ensure that the policing and safety concerns of our diverse communities are heard and addressed as effectively as possible.  We recognise that in order to represent our communities with integrity, we need to establish two-way methods of communication, that involve, interact with and listen to our communities.  This enables us to represent them, having gained knowledge, not made assumptions, of what they need.

As an organisation, we welcome the ideas and opinions of the people we serve to help shape and inspire our communities and future generations. Our audiences are important to us and we recognise the significance of communicating and engaging in the most appropriate and meaningful ways in order to understand the variable needs and expectations of our public.

To find out more about how you can get involved, keep up to date with our latest consultations, engagement opportunities and upcoming events. ​

 

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