Your chance to meet Avon and Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountsevens
POLICE and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens is taking to the road to hear the views of the public.
Residents, community groups, businesses and victims of crime will all get the chance to have their say on the first locally-tailored Police and Crime Plans.
Ms Mountstevens will be touring the six policing districts of Avon and Somerset Constabulary this month and next, to capture as many local views as possible.
"It is really important residents tell me what is important to them so it becomes our Police and Crime Plan," she said. "Everybody who makes up Avon and Somerset, whether they live or work in the area, will all have a view.
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"I would particularly like to hear from the people that would not normally respond to surveys, the quiet voices, because policing and crime affects us all.
"For the first time ever there will be a Police and Crime Plan for each of the six policing districts of Bath and North East Somerset, Bristol, North Somerset, Somerset East, Somerset West, and South Gloucestershire.
"Each plan will set out the vision for the local area following consultation with you. Policing and crime affects us all and only by working together and tackling the priorities that matter to you can we make Avon and Somerset be safe and feel safe."
Ms Mountstevens will be visiting:
- Bristol on January 28
12pm-2pm Bristol Museum and Art Gallery
4pm-6pm Easton Community Centre
- Somerset West on January 30
10am-12pm Minehead Customer Contact Centre
2pm-3.30pm Bridgwater Library 4pm-6pm Wellspring Leisure Centre, Taunton
- Bath and North East Somerset on February 4
9.30-11.30am Keynsham Leisure Centre
1pm-3pm Bath University, Bathwick Hill
3.30pm-5pm Bath One Stop Shop
- North Somerset on February 6
12.30pm-2.30pm Portishead library
4.30pm-6pm Weston-Super-Mare Town Hall
- South Gloucestershire on February 7
10am-noon Coniston Community Centre, Patchway
3pm-5pm Hanham library
- Somerset East on February 11
10am-11am Wells Town Hall
1pm-2.30pm Community Support Vehicle, Yeovil town centre
While out on the road, Ms Mountstevens is also asking people to "tweet" their policing priorities by using "#ourplan".
Last month, she launched the online consultation for the crime plan at www.consultation.avonandsomerset.police.uk.
People can still take part on-line or pick up a printed survey from local libraries or call 01275 816377. The consultation closes on February 22.