Northamptonshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Stephen Mold is updating his Police and Crime Plan and launching a new Fire and Rescue Plan – his first since taking responsibility for Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service in January 2019.
In both plans, Stephen has outlined his priorities for actions that will help create a safer county, along with the activities that will help to achieve them.
We are now asking people to tell us what they think about the priorities that Stephen has set out. This consultation also includes asking for your views on the Fire & Rescue’s Integrated Risk Management Plan which identities potential fire and safety risks and addresses how they will be responded to.
Anyone who lives or works in Northamptonshire can have their say.
The consultation begins on Monday 4 February 2019 and lasts for four weeks, ending on Monday 4 March.
The Police and Crime Plan
The Police and Crime Plan outlines the Commissioner’s priorities for Northamptonshire between 2019 and 2021 and how he will work with the Chief Constable and other partners to achieve them.
The Fire and Rescue Plan
Stephen Mold’s first Plan as Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner aims to give the Fire and Rescue Service a stable platform from which it can look to invest in the future. The PFCC will look to set standards that the public can expect from the Fire and Rescue Service. The Plan also includes closer joint working with Northamptonshire Police and the sharing of buildings and enabling services.
Now it’s your turn
Let us know what you think about the priorities and activities set out in the Police and Crime Plan, Fire and Rescue Plan and Integrated Risk Management Plan.
Click the link below to take part in our survey to give us your views.