Update: The results of this consultation are now available here
The 2018/19 Annual Police Plan sets out the priorities for policing and explains how they will be delivered over the forthcoming year. The Annual Police Plan offers a significant opportunity to improve how the police serve the public and communities.
The Police & Fire Reform (Scotland) Act 2012 requires Police Scotland to produce an annual plan outlining the arrangements for the policing of Scotland. This plan is laid before the Scottish Parliament prior to the 1st April each year, and is also published online for the public to view.
Operational priorities are shaped by listening to what the public and communities tell them via the ‘Your View Counts’ survey, as well as the Police’s own analysis of the risks and emerging threats likely to impact on Scotland’s communities.
They are keen to engage with the public and partners as they develop the 2018/19 Annual Police Plan, therefore the following survey has seven questions regarding their planned activities for the 2018/19 period. This includes extracts taken from the draft plan and they are keen to capture your feedback to help them develop the final version.
Thank you for your time in completing this survey.”