PCC looks to question Chief on rising crime levels at next Performance Meeting

PCC looks to question Chief on rising crime levels at next Performance Meeting

Tune in live for our next performance meeting this Wednesday (27th September) where Police and Crime Commissioner David Munro will hold the Chief Constable to account discussing issues including the recent rise in crime and how the Force plan to tackle this, the Public Protection Plan and Surrey Police Engagement Strategy.

Watch here: https://molevalley.public-i.tv/core/portal/webcasts

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PCC David Munro said: “A key part of my role is holding the Chief Constable to account and working together to find solutions to current issues.

“There has been an increase in crime levels which is a big concern for not only myself but all those living and working in Surrey. Therefore it is my duty to question the Chief why Surrey Police are not performing to a standard that residents feel adequate and what we can do to improve poling, cut crime and make Surrey the safest county it can be.”

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