Public asked to comment on the role of PCSOs

Police Community Support Officer
Police Community Support Officer

Lincolnshire Police are asking people what they think of the role Police Community Support Officers play in a survey marking 10 years since they were introduced in the county.

PCSOs have been in place in the county for over 10 years. Lincolnshire police is currently undertaking a comprehensive review of the role of PCSOs to help ensure that they continue to focus on what matters most to communities.

The Force explains PCSOs are a visible, uniformed presence on the streets and in communities, helping to improve the quality of life and offering greater public reassurance. Despite funding cuts, the force is committed to keeping PCSOs as a fundamental part of its community policing approach in the county.

An important part of this review is to gather and assess the views of PCSOs who have been doing the job, partner agencies who work with PCSOs and most importantly the views of the Lincolnshire public. If you feel you would like to share your personal experience, views and expectations of PCSOs take part in the on-line survey.

This survey should take approximately 10 - 15 minutes to complete. All responses will be recorded anonymously.

The survey will close on Tuesday February 17.

To take part click here.