The Conservative candidate for Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner has visited Louth to hear about local policing issues and concerns.
Marc Jones was joined by East Midlands MEP Emma McClarkin for a walkabout in the town’s Market Place where the pair listened to dozens of residents.
Amongst the problems raised with Marc included rural and wildlife crime, the lack of visible policing and the need for improved victim support.
If you missed the visit, but live in Louth you can still pass on your views to Marc by filling in his online survey at www.marcjones.org.uk/survey, or a paper copy can be provided by calling 01522 283014.
Marc was selected as Conservative candidate for the police and crime election in October and has since launched a six-point plan improve policing. Marc said:
“Coming back to Louth with Emma and talking about how the town can be made safer was really important and I enjoyed meeting many local residents.
“The six-point police plan I have introduced provides action on many of the issues raised for example introducing new community constables to beat rural crime.
“The Police and Crime Commissioner is an important role and it is time Louth had a commissioner who can work with Government, spend wisely and produce fresh ideas to beat crime.”