Road safety, burglary, and anti-social behaviour all feature on the 2016/17 policing plan for Causeway Coast and Glens.
The plan was launched at a public meeting of the Policing and Community Safety Partnership’s Policing Committee last night (9th).
District Commander Superintendent John Magill said: “The priorities that have been set are based on what you the community have said you want your officers to focus on. And it is only proper and correct that we are held to account for our actions against these priorities.
“There are a number of key areas including reducing anti-social behaviour incidents, addressing the issue of burglaries, especially against the more vulnerable in our communities, and focusing on disrupting the supply of drugs. Above all, we will be working to keep people safe and we need your active support to achieve this.
“We will continue to face challenges around resources and budgets but we are confident that by focusing on collaborative work with our partners in PCSP and Council, the charity and voluntary sector, and other public bodies, we can reduce crime, put offenders before the courts and keep our communities safe.”
Welcoming the Policing Plan, Chair of Causeway Coast and Glens Policing and Community Safety Partnership Alderman William King said: “This plan sets out the service delivery commitment by our local police for 2016/17 and PCSP members will be working hard to ensure that it is achieved.”
You can find the 2016/17 policing plan on the PSNI website in the Causeway Coast and Glens section.