Dorset PoliceDorset Police has launched ‘Your Dorset. Your Police. Your View.’ – a new way for Dorset people to make their views heard to help shape the county’s policing in the future. Launched on the 14th October 2019, the online priority setting givens the public the opportunity to put themselves in the Chief Constable’s shoes and decide what is most important to them.

Dorset Police say the aim is to increase people’s knowledge of the complexity of the work carried out by Dorset Police and the potential impact that increasing (or decreasing) resources in any one area could have on the service provided across Dorset. It will also help to inform the Chief Constable in shaping how the Force allocates its resources in the future.

‘Your Dorset. Your Police. Your View’ will be separated into two stages over the next four months. Activities during each stage will provide in-depth information about key themes.

Chief Constable James Vaughan said: “The last few years have seen an unprecedented scale of change in policing. Every police force has needed to make large financial savings, while modernising and continuing to deliver essential policing services.

“Four years ago we asked the public for their views on our priorities. The findings from that piece of work have helped to shape the Force we are today.

“Through ‘Your Dorset. Your Police. Your View’ we are once again giving you the opportunity to learn more about the challenges and complexities of modern policing. We also want to know what is most important to you – so you can tell us how Dorset Police can continue to best meet your needs, and keep you safe in the future.”

To cast your decisions go to

Opportunity To Share Your Views on Policing In Dorset
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