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More Police, Safer Streets


Or you can view the Police and Crime Plan – Donna Jones – 2021 DRAFT09 – Spreads below. Skip the Issuu widget

The Commissioner has now closed the public consultation on her draft ‘More Police, Safer Streets’ Police and Crime Plan.

Almost 5,000 local residents and partners have given their views on the Police and Crime Commissioner’s draft Police and Crime Plan ‘More Police, Safer Streets’ and showed significant support for all nine priorities the Commissioner set out to make Hampshire and Isle of Wight two of the safest counties to live, work and visit.

In the plan, the Commissioner commits to recruiting an extra 600 officers, to improving police visibility and to working harder to combat anti-social behaviour. It also includes measures on rural crime, on unauthorised encampments and on making better use of technology.

The final plan will be available from Tuesday, 16 November.


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