Under the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011, the Mayor must produce a Police and Crime Plan which sets out the strategic policing and crime priorities for West Yorkshire, and how she plans to meet them. The plan also has a requirement to set
out the objectives and priorities of the work and activity of West Yorkshire Police and the Chief Constable for the next three years, and how the Mayor will hold the Chief Constable to account in delivering these objectives.
The new Plan will draw on a wide range of information to ensure it reflects the policing and crime issues which are affecting West Yorkshire, and listening to the opinions of West Yorkshire's residents and communities is a key part of the Plan’s development.
It is important that all our communities and partners have their say, and this includes the views of women and girls and victims of crime.
There is an opportunity for young people (13+) to join an event on Monday 11th October, details of which are contained in the below Twitter link. This can be shared as you feel appropriate from your own accounts or otherwise:
There is also a survey open until 17th October around the Police and Crime Plan, which could also be shared among parents/ carers.
Tracy – Police and Crime Plan Consultation | Your Voice (westyorks-ca.gov.uk)
Your views and the information collected in this survey will be used to ensure the Mayor, along with her Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime, Alison Lowe, is focusing activity and funding on the areas of greatest need and of greatest concern to the people
of West Yorkshire.