Welcome to Cumbria Police and Crime Commissioner’s Website
‘Welcome to my website, I hope you find it informative, helpful and easy to use.
As part of my role as Police and Crime Commissioner, I have been elected to:
· engage with the public of Cumbria;
· to set the policing priorities; and
· to hold the Chief Constable to account.
On my website you can read how I am fulfilling my role in these important areas.
Please do get in touch if you have any suggestions for improvements to my website, or if you think there is any other additional information you would like to see.’
I want to boost the number of police officers visible and present in your local communities, so today I have launched a consultation asking your views on increasing council tax for a band D property by nearly £12 a year.
In Cumbria, the largest number of properties fall into band B which would pay an additional 78p a month. This is in line with the Government allowing Police and Crime Commissioners greater flexibility to increase council tax levels to help improve the service that the police provide.
Through this consultation I am seeking your support and asking that we together make a really important contribution to protect you and above all to keep us all safe.
To take the survey, please click this link
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