Do you believe Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) play a vital part in the community across South Holland?
Lincolnshire Police is inviting the public to take part in a survey with a view to identifying their role and the community’s expectations.
Assistant Chief Constable Lee Freeman, who has responsibility for local policing, said: “It is 10 years since Lincolnshire Police launched their PCSO role across the county and, during this time, they have established themselves as a pivotal role in the delivery of local policing.
“PCSOs are a visible, uniformed presence on the streets and in our communities, helping to improve the quality of life and offering greater public reassurance.
“Working with partners and community organisations, their duties include addressing anti-social behaviour, reporting vandalism, reporting suspicious activity, providing crime prevention advice, deterring nuisance from young people and conducting local investigations into low level crime and disorder.”
To take part in the survey, visit https://www.snapsurveys.com/wh/s.asp?k=139965392653