Angelique Foster, Police and Crime Commissioner for Derbyshire has set her Police and Crime Plan to protect the people of Derby and Derbyshire. It puts the law-abiding citizen and victims of crime at the heart of everything we do. Her priorities include:
- Strong Local Policing
- Neighbourhood Crime and Anti-social Behaviour
- Road Safety
- Victim Support and Safeguarding
- Rural Crime
- Driving Efficiencies
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The Police and Crime Plan was presented to the Police and Crime Panel on the 18/11/2021 which was discussed and unanimously supported by all members present.
A letter exchange confirming this support can be viewed below:
The plan will be reviewed annually taking account of changing priorities to ensure it remains relevant.
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