POLICE bosses are asking Barnsley residents to take part in a survey to help shape the way they work.
The survey, which closes on October 29, asks people about their priorities, what it’s like living in their community from a policing and crime perspective and where they feel spending priorities should be focused.
Dr Alan Billings, South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner, said: “Each year I refresh my Police and Crime Plan to highlight the areas where I would like South Yorkshire Police to focus their activities.
“I am launching this survey to give the public a chance to provide their views so that I can understand their priorities and ensure they are at the heart of the decisions I make.
“These priorities need to reflect what the public tell me are their areas of concern and how the police can help us all to be safe and to feel safe.”
Visit the police website to get involved.