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Commissioner consults business and voluntary organisations

Police and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping is seeking the views of local businesses and voluntary organisations about his Draft Police and Crime Plan at a special event in Nottingham.

Representatives of businesses and volunteer groups are being invited to join him and his Deputy, Chris Cutland, at the Nottinghamshire Deaf Society, Forest Road West, Nottingham, NG7 4EQ on Thursday, 24 January at 6pm.

The draft plan – which can be viewed here – will be discussed at the meeting, with the main focus being on Mr Tipping’s key priorities.

Mr Tipping will introduce the plan, asking for feedback from those attending, and answering their questions.

“This is all part of our inclusive approach to consulting on the plan and the budget, and we are keen to hear what people from all sections of our communities have to say,” the Commissioner said.

In line with his determination to be very much the People’s Commissioner, he urges people across the county to share their views on his priority areas and take part in his online survey by 15 February.

His priorities include protecting, supporting and responding to victims, witnesses and vulnerable people; focusing on local areas most affected by crime and disorder; reducing the impact of substance misuse on levels of crime and antisocial behaviour; preventing offending and re-offending; improving the efficiency of criminal justice; and spending your money wisely.

Anyone working for a local business or voluntary organisation who would be interested in attending this event should contact Jackie Nash at the Nottinghamshire Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner on 07525 406883 or 0115 967 0999 ext 801 2006. Alternatively, email Jackie.nash@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk


Posted on Thursday 17th January 2013
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