Police and Crime Commissioner’s Rural Crime Survey

The Police and Crime Commissioner, John Dwyer, has launched a Rural Crime Survey which will run throughout the summer.  Through the survey the Commissioner hopes to build a better picture of how rural crime affects different communities across Cheshire.  The survey will help identify what the Rural Crime Team does well and what good practice can be expanded further, where the police approach can improve and which issues residents believe need a greater focus.

Residents can have their say by completing the survey which can be found here