Sunday, 26 June 2011

E-Cops - Have your say... on sharing information with police

How would you prefer to report information about criminal or suspicious activity in your area? 

The question is part of the second week of the ‘Have your say’ forum launch, an online tool that gives you the chance to help shape the future of policing in Cambridgeshire. All comments, questions and answers will be viewable and the forum will be live for at least the next three months.

As part of an ongoing review to improve the way the force receives and uses information the force is this week asking how the public prefer to report information about criminal or suspicious activity. The public are vital to fighting crime and it is important that we have good links with our local communities.

We are currently reviewing the way we receive and use information from the public and as part of that work we want to make this process as easy as possible for people. We’re asking if you would prefer to call, email or use the anonymous Crimestoppers service to report information about criminal or suspicious activity in your area.

Despite the cuts our priority remains bringing offenders to justice and keeping the people of Cambridgeshire safe.

I’d like to encourage you to visit the force website and have your say, and also share this opportunity with friends and family by forwarding this email.

Kind regards, 
Superintendent Paul Fullwood

http://www.cambs.police.uk/newpolicingapproach/haveyoursay/ - Have your say forum