Public asked to name police priorities

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WHAT should police in Cambridgeshire prioritise in their day to day work?

That is the latest question members of the public are being asked as part of an ongoing review of the county’s police force.

It also marks the fourth week of the ‘Have your say’ forum - an on-line tool that gives the public the chance to help shape the future of policing in Cambridgeshire. This week’s question comes from the police authority.

Chairman Ruth Rogers said: “Cambridgeshire Police Authority engages with the public each year to help inform the setting of priorities for policing.

“This includes identifying a single People’s Policing Priority to ensure the police respond to a problem that is particularly important to the public of Cambridgeshire.

“This year anti-social behaviour, with an emphasis on speeding and parking outside schools, was supported by members of the public. We want to know if we’ve got this right.”

Each week a topic under review is being posted on the force website for people to comment on or post questions.

All comments, questions and answers will be viewable and the forum will be live for at least the next three months.