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Cops dealing with ‘the issues that matter’ says crime survey

crime surveyACCORDING to the results of the Crime Survey for England and Wales, year ending June 2013, Dyfed-Powys ranked highest nationally for dealing with issues that matter to local people.

There was an improvement of over 3% in overall public confidence in the police in the Dyfed-Powys area and a 3% increase in the percentage of people who believe their local police do a good or excellent job.

Chief Constable Simon Prince said: “These results are important to us and reflect the good relationship that police officers have with communities of the counties we serve. We are very grateful to our communities for their active co-operation which is one of the key cornerstones upon which our success is built. These results are also recognition that our officers and staff provide an excellent level of service which is testament to their dedication and professionalism.

“Our focus is firmly on putting the public at the heart of all that we do. With the announcement of the Public First programme last week, which will reshape the force structure to become more efficient and enable the Force to focus its resources on policing communities, I am determined that the commitment and dedication to our communities will continue, and enable us to give the best possible service to the public.”