Set policing priorities in Portsmouth by filling in survey

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RESIDENTS are being asked to set police priorities.

People living in central Portsmouth can fill in five-minute surveys to set officers’ priorities for the next few months.

Sgt Richard Holland said: ‘The surveys have been designed with the purpose of identifying issues within neighbourhood.’

For the Charles Dickens area including Landport, Portsea, parts of Buckland and the city centre see surveymonkey.com/r/dickenscharles For Fratton and Baffins see surveymonkey.com/r/fratton For the Nelson area see surveymonkey.com/r/nelsonward

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