Policing Priorities, Local Concerns & Agency Responsiblities
The Police and Crime Commissioner sets the policing priorities for Cumbria Constabulary and as part of the process would welcome your views on the following questions.
Cumbria Constabulary strives to keep people safe. Preventing and detecting crime is one element of this, with crime itself taking many forms.
Some offences are visible such as criminal damage and public order. Others remain largely unseen, and include offences of domestic abuse, child sexual exploitation, and human trafficking.
Most offences now also involve some form of digital footprint, or cyber element. Dealing with these ever evolving and conflicting demands remains a significant challenge for Cumbria Constabulary.
1. Cumbria Police will always respond to emergency and priority calls for service. Thinking about the other issues that we deal with in the list below, what should we concentrate on as a high, medium or low priority?
2. Which, if any, of the following organisations do you think should have the greatest responsibility for looking after vulnerable people within the following groups of people?
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3. Looking at the list below, please tick up to three things that are happening in your local area that concern you. *
If you have experienced a crime / incident but did not report it, please list it, together with the reason for not reporting in the table below.
4. Overall how well informed do you feel about what the police in your local area are doing?
5. In the past 12 months how effective, if at all, do you think the police in your local area have been at providing advice or guidance to the public?
6. To what extent do you agree or disagree that police in your local area listen to the views of the public when setting priorities?
7. In the past 12 months, which of the following, if any, have you personally done to find out about Cumbria police (please tick all that apply)
8. In the past 12 months, which of the following, if any, have you personally done to give your views about Cumbria Police (please tick all that apply)
9. Tell us one thing you think Cumbria Police does really well?
10. Tell us one thing you think that Cumbria Police could do better?