Commissioner calls on businesses to take part in countywide survey on experiences of crime

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Police and Crime Commissioner, Darryl Preston has launched a survey on crimes affecting businesses seeking the views of businesses across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.

Ensuring the voice of the business community is heard by community safety partners is a key priority in the Commissioner’s Police and Crime Plan with a commitment pledged by Darryl to listen and respond to business concerns.

The survey will run for two weeks and responses will help inform the agenda for a planned countywide event being held towards the end of the year.

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