VIEWS are being sought on policing priorities to help decide where to concentrate resources in coming years.
Durham Police and Crime Commissioner Ron Hogg is encouraging people to give their views on his draft Police and Crime Plan, which will run until 2017.
It will also set out how he will hold the Chief Constable to account for police performance.
Mr Hogg said: “During December and January I asked the public to tell me their top policing priorities for the coming year, which I have incorporated into my plan.
“I hope that residents and partner organisations take the opportunity to view the draft plan and feedback any comments or concerns.”
Consultation will close on March 8.
The plan is available online at www.durham-pcc.gov.uk, or by calling 383 5511.