I am very pleased that Philip Allot, our new Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner has launched a consultation so that you can have your say on the priorities for our policing and fire and rescue services from 2021 to 2025.
To take part in the consultation all you have to do is answer a number of simple questions about what you think are the most important issues for the Police, Fire and Rescue services to address over the next few years.
The consultation is being conducted via an on-line questionnaire and by face to face meetings around the county. The consultation period runs for the 12 weeks up to 7 November. The results from the survey will then be used to set the strategic vision for how our policing and fire and rescue services develop so that they serve the public of North Yorkshire and York in a way which best meets their needs.
The Questionnaire is live now and you can complete it on-line. Please visit a www.tellphilip.co.uk.
The same website also contains details of the consultation events that are being held across the county. You can drop in to any of the consultation events, there is no need to book.
Philip Allot, Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner said “These Plans will set the strategic vision for how our policing and fire and rescue services develop and best serve the public of North Yorkshire and York during my term of Office and it is crucial that they reflect what the public think is important. Alongside the survey, I am holding events across the area and look forward to talking to residents about what they think their Services should focus on.”