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« on: August 16, 2010, 09:42:32 pm »

Police and Crime Commissioners - Have YOUR Say!

On 26 July the Home Office published a consultation paper "Policing in the
21st Century: Reconnecting Police and the People". The document contains,
amongst others, proposals to replace police authorities with a directly
elected Police and Crime Commissioner for each force area, with the first
elections taking place in May 2012. We are intending to respond to the
consultation, which closes on 20 September 2010.

West Yorkshire Police Authority members want to include the views of local
people in the response and have developed a short online survey for this
purpose. It should just take a couple of minutes to complete.

If you want to take part, please click on the link in this e-mail to go to
the survey. There you will find some information about the proposed role of
the Police and Crime Commissioner to help you answer the questions.  It
will stay open until 31 August 2010.

Please feel free to forward the link to anyone you know who would also be
interested in expressing their views.

The link is http://www.smart-survey.co.uk/v.asp?i=25321betye

Please note: If clicking on the link doesn't work, try copying the link and
pasting it directly into your web browser. If you still experience problems
accessing the link, please call 01924 294000.
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