Volunteers needed to help Cheshire crime boss

Warrington Guardian: Volunteers needed to help Cheshire crime boss Volunteers needed to help Cheshire crime boss

CHESHIRE’S Crime Commisioner is calling for volunteers to help him collect the public’s views on police.

John Dwyer, Police and Crime Commisioner for Cheshire, wants 12 volunteers from across the county to ‘gather feedback’.

He said: “I’m looking for people who don’t mind putting themselves out there, and asking people their opinions about policing.

“Last year over 1000 surveys were completed to inform my police and crime plan.

“I hope the volunteers will help me to reach more residents increasing the amount of feedback I get, helping me to make better informed decisions."

Volunteers will attend a minimum of four consultation events They must be aged over of 16, and will be required to attend each event for a maximum of three hours.

To apply, go to cheshire-pcc.gov.uk/get-involved.

Applications close on January 31.

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6:50pm Mon 20 Jan 14

old-codger says...

CHESHIRE’S Crime Commisioner is calling for volunteers to help him collect the public’s views on police.

DONT TEMPT PROVIDENCE... The police do a good job its the Crime Commisioner that's the problem, Wanting more volunteers to work for him free of charge, First volunteer special constables now this, Barefaced cheek.
CHESHIRE’S Crime Commisioner is calling for volunteers to help him collect the public’s views on police. DONT TEMPT PROVIDENCE... The police do a good job its the Crime Commisioner that's the problem, Wanting more volunteers to work for him free of charge, First volunteer special constables now this, Barefaced cheek. old-codger
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12:57am Tue 21 Jan 14

grey-area says...

The Crime Commissioner, who is paid a lot, is looking for people to work for him - for nothing.
And to do what? - Another survey, but worded differently so we don't give opinions on the highly paid police commissioner.
The Crime Commissioner, who is paid a lot, is looking for people to work for him - for nothing. And to do what? - Another survey, but worded differently so we don't give opinions on the highly paid police commissioner. grey-area
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