|Time running out to have your say on policing in Wandsworth|
|Tuesday, 17 May 2011 16:51|
The Metropolitan Police are currently reviewing the way the public can contact the police and access services - this includes a review of public facing ‘front desks’ in police stations, telephone and on-line services.
The online survey runs until the 27th May 2011 – so time is running out for residents to have their say.
Feedback from residents will be used to inform the review of services later this year.
Sadiq Khan MP said, “This is an excellent opportunity for residents to help shape police services locally.
“Residents regularly raise access to police services are a concern on the doorstep – they want it to be easier to report crime and speak to police officers face-to-face about their concerns.
“Responding to this survey is the best way residents can get these views across and ensure that Wandsworth Police are working to local priorities.
“This review could lead to closures of police stations in the borough – so it’s vital that residents speak up and ensure our police maintain a strong local presence in the face of government cuts.”
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