Crime boss asks public

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THE crime commissioner is asking people to add their ideas to his policing plan for the next five years.

Hampshire’s police and crime commissioner Michael Lane must put together a police and crime plan.

The former Gosport councillor has turned to the public asking what matters to them.

Mr Lane said: ‘Your views are important to me, and this is your opportunity to help shape the Police and Crime Plan for the next five years.

‘My objective is to keep you, your family and your community safer. This plan will empower your priorities and the most effective operational policing to meet them that can be delivered with the budget and resources available.’

Complete the survey by September 14. See www.hampshire-pcc.gov.uk/survey