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Rural residents urged to contribute to crime survey

Devon and Cornwall's police and crime commissioner has welcomed the biggest ever survey into crime and anti-social behaviour in the countryside.


Tony Hogg is calling on rural residents to make their voices heard by contributing their views on how well police serve their communities.

He says the findings of the National Rural Crime Network survey will help chief constables decide how to allocate resources - and could also support the campaign for more funding by sending the message to MPs that more money is needed.



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