Councillor urges residents to give their views on local policing


Councillor Ashley Mason, Liberal Democrat Vice Chair of the Police & Crime Panel, is encouraging residents across the City to respond the current Neighbourhood Policing Survey and ensure their voices are heard.

The Neighbourhood Policing Survey, which has now opened, will be used inform the Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) about the service residents receive from their local Neighbourhood Policing Team.

Residents from across the City need a wide range of support from their local police team and therefore, it is crucial that as many residents as possible respond to this survey and ensure that their communities are represented in this consultation.

Councillor Ashley Mason, Liberal Democrat and Vice Chair of the Police & Crime Panel:

“Neighbourhood policing and policing in general is extremely important in York and in the many conversations I have had with local communities, residents are concerned with local policing.”

“Therefore, it is so important that resident’s respond to this survey and take the opportunity to let the PCC know exactly what they think on local policing in their communities.”

“I would strongly urge all residents, in all areas of the City, to respond to the PCC’s survey and ensure their voices are heard.”

For anyone wishing to respond to the survey, it can be accessed online via www.telljulia.com. The survey will close on 29th July 2018.

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