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Local Police Plan consultation 2023

The following has been shared from the latest local police report for Oban Lorn and the Isles:

The new Policing Plan for your local area is currently under review and we want to have it shaped by you.

Police Scotland wants to know and understand the views of Scotland’s diverse communities. One of the ways the service listens and understands the views of people living here is the Your Police survey.

Your Police 2023-24 is live on their Engagement Hub and Police Scotland is inviting anyone to take part.

The survey is open all year and asks about your experiences of feeling safe in your community and what you think about the police. The survey also aims to help the police understand more about your experiences of interacting with them. The police will make decisions using the insights gathered through the survey to help inform local service delivery. It’s about all of us working together to improve safety and wellbeing in communities throughout Scotland.
Everyone is invited to take part, even if you have taken part previously. This is your opportunity to shape policing in your local area. Responses are reviewed regularly and reports are shared each month with the Police Scotland Executive. Senior management teams in local areas use what you say in the survey to respond to local needs and priorities.

Take part in the survey here: https://consult.scotland.police.uk/strategy-insight-and-innovation/your-police-2023-2024/consultation/intro/

An easy read and British Sign Language version of the survey is also available via the above link.