The Stirling "Local Police Plan 2023-2026" will set out priorities for policing over the next three years, with an explanation of how they will be delivered. The plan offers a significant opportunity to improve how the police serve the public and our communities.
Understanding the views and priorities of all communities is fundamental to how Police Scotland responds to the needs of the public and these have been taken into account before drafting the plan. Consultation is also an essential part of the planning process. Your views are very important to us and will help shape our policing priorities over the next three years.
We are keen to hear feedback from all members of the community as we develop and refine the plan. Adding your views gives us the opportunity to consider your opinions and experiences as part of the consultation process. To enable us to capture your views and have your say on our future policing priorities, I would respectfully request that you please take some time to comment on our draft plan. The survey is open until 12th February 2023 and you can take part here:
Local Police Plans 2023-2026 - Police Scotland - Citizen Space
The survey can be accessed by anyone and we are keen to hear from as many people as possible, so please share it with colleagues, family members, friends and your community, if possible. Details of how to complete the survey in a different way are available on the survey link page.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Forth Valley Divisional Commander