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Lincolnshire’s Tory candidate sets up crime and policing survey

Marc Jones
Marc Jones

People in Lincolnshire are being urged to fill out an online survey asking about crime and policing locally, in a survey hosted by Lincolnshire’s Conservative Police and Crime Commissioner candidate Marc Jones.

The questionnaire has been set up by Mr Jones, who was selected as the Tory candidate in October, ahead of the Police and Crime Commissioner elections in May.

The survey consists of ten questions including asking about the safety of your area, and what should be the priorities of the Police and Crime Commissioner.

You can fill out the questionnaire by visiting www.marcjones.org.uk/survey, or a paper copy can be provided by calling 01522 283014.

Marc Jones said: “Over the last few months I have knocked on hundreds of doors as part my campaign for a safer Lincolnshire, but sometimes people are at work or out with the family.

“This is why I have setup this survey so you can let me know how policing can be improved in the comfort of your home in just a couple of minutes.

“I will make sure to collate the responses and take any problems straight to Lincolnshire Police to get action on crime in your area.”


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