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Police and Crime Commissioner wants your opinion

18 January 2020

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Tim Passmore says:

"As Police and Crime Commissioner, I would like to hear your thoughts on my proposal for the policing element of your council tax for the next financial year.

I have included some contextual information which includes some links providing additional financial and operational material. This is followed by just one question. We anticipate the survey should only take five minutes to complete."  

Give your opinion here

The survey will close at 5pm on Thursday 30th January 2020.

Police and crime commissioner wants your opinion

Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Tim Passmore has confirmed that he is proposing to raise the policing element of the council tax and wants to hear the public’s views.

The recent general election has delayed the Home Office funding announcement so the PCC is assuming an increase of 4% to the policing precept, which will potentially raise a Band D bill by 70p a month.
The PCC is asking whether the public supports his proposals and explains why the increase is necessary