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Police and Crime Plan Consultation 2021

The PCC wants to hear what people’s priorities are, what crimes they are most concerned about and their views on the way the police is funded.


Police and Crime Commissioner Simon Foster has launched a major consultation as part of his Police and Crime Plan.


The PCC wants to hear what people’s priorities are, what crimes they are most concerned about and their views on the way the police is funded.


A PCC’s term is normally four years, but the pandemic delayed last May’s voting by 12 months so on this occasion it will be a three year term..


Simon Foster has already committed to ensuring 450 new police officers are recruited and deployed to local communities across the region. He also wants to crack down on knife crime and domestic abuse. But his Police and Crime Plan will set out a much wider range of policy objectives and the PCC wants to hear the views of the public before writing it.


The consultation will run until 10am on 14th September 2021.


The new West Midlands Police and Crime Plan is set to be published in October once it has been considered by the cross-party Police and Crime Panel.


Complete the consultation online.


The consultation is also available in other formats on request.


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