December 18, 2019 5.09 pm This story is over 52 months old

Lincolnshire PCC launches survey on future of policing

Nearly 3,500 people took part in the survey last year

Lincolnshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner has launched a new survey to ask residents what they believe the future of policing should be.

Over the past two years, the annual survey has shaped how the PCC Marc Jones shapes his council tax and spending plans.

Nearly 3,500 people took part in the survey last year, which led to the introduction of the community speed watch scheme, refresher driving courses and new pursuit cars as well as investments in new technology.

Have your say on the future of policing by clicking or tapping here and completing the survey.

Marc Jones said: “The response in previous years has been phenomenal and the thousands who took part certainly played an important role in helping me shape the future of their police force.

“This year will be no different. The people who engage with the research can be confident their opinions will be heard and acted upon.

“Of course, I would encourage as many people as possible to ensure their voices are heard.”