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Dorset's Police And Crime Commissioner Just A Click Away

Dorset PCC Website


10:18am 14th January 2015

Information on the latest events, work and plans of the Office of the Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner is now just a click away after they launched their new website.

It makes it easier for us to talk to the PCC and have our voices heard on important issues.

Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner Martyn Underhill said: "We are excited about our new website and the added information it provides for the public, partners and media to better understand our work."

"We believe that this new site will provide a better channel for dialogue between myself and the public, which will give them a more informative experience."
 
"We are committed to opening up the work of the Dorset OPCC and expanding our engagement with the public. We recognise the important role that the public can play in helping us to shape policing policy."

On average, the Dorset OPCC receives 100 enquires from the public every week, with issues varying from performance around 101 calls to officers attending incidents of vehicle crime.
 
Dorset OPCC's new website will be updated on a regular basis with news of the team and PCC activity.

The new website went live on 13th January and can be found by visiting: www.dorset.pcc.police.uk.



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