|Draft Police and Crime Plan - 2021-2024|
The Commissioner’s Police and Crime Plan is the blueprint for policing in Leicestershire over the next four years, setting out ambitious safety goals to be met by the Chief Constable and his officers.
The Commissioner has launched the largest-ever consultation across the city and two counties to find out what local people want and need to make them safer.
He said: “I know local people have a lot to say on the safety of our communities and I want to learn from their experiences. This is an opportunity to play an active role in the future of policing in this county and make a difference.
“I will not pretend I can deliver a ‘one size fits all’ plan that solves every distinct problem in our neighbourhoods but I am serious about meeting the needs of our communities in the way that people want. This means extra police officers, more support for victims of crime, better relationships with local neighbourhood teams and the right resources in place to meet the needs of our rural towns and villages.
“Police and crime commissioners are not responsible for catching burglars but they do make important, high-level decisions about how policing is organised and how we should spend taxpayer’s money to protect our county and its people".
The consultation has now closed and the results will be published on this page in due course.
For previous versions of Police and Crime Plans for Leicestershire - please click HERE