Kent’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Ann Barnes, is inviting victims and witnesses of crime in Kent to have their say.
The Office of the Kent Police and Crime Commissioner has created a short survey designed to find out what victims and witnesses’ experiences of the criminal justice system have been. The survey is anonymous and will only take a couple of minutes to complete.
Mrs Barnes said: ‘One of the key roles of Police and Crime Commissioners is to consult and engage with the public, and specifically with victims of crime. This survey is one way in which my office is engaging with the people of Kent. I encourage people to take the opportunity to tell us their views and I look forward to hearing what they have to say.’
Take part here.