Police and Crime Plan 2016
David Jamieson, West Midlands Police and Crime
Commissioner, has launched a major consultation to find out about
what matters to people in the West Midlands and to understand their
By law, every Commissioner has to produce a Policing and Crime
Plan that sets out priorities and will be the basis for how they
hold the Chief Constable and the police force to account.
This plan will set the direction for policing and community safety
over the Commissioner's term of office and the "Your Police Your
Priorities" consultation aims to get people involved in setting the
priorities with the Commissioner.
David Jamieson wants to hear from as many people as possible about
what matters and is important to them in their local
David Jamieson said: "I want to hear from you about your
priorities and what you want to see happen in your local area and
across our region to make the West Midlands a safer and more
"I want to make sure that you have a voice and I will listen
carefully to what local people have to say and what their
"If you want a say on the policing in your area, take part in the
consultation and fill in the survey at
The survey will be open until July 29, 2016.
"Your Police Your Priorities" survey is here
Paper copies of the survey are also available. Call 0121 626
6060 for more information.