East Lindsey Newsletter - December 2022
Goodbye 2022, Hello 2023!
As the year draws to a close it is a time of reflection of some of the projects I have been involved in and the work myself and the Safer Together Team have produced. November was a busy period with the Crime and Policing Survey being conducted on behalf of the PCC, I am pleased to say it had a record number of responses, residents’ voices that will be listened to for the upcoming year.
The team have been working together on the Lincolnshire Strong Voices program, we have reached and listened to over a 1000 young voices in Lincolnshire to date. We look to continue this work in 2023 to have as many young people’s voices heard.
The Dementia Band Pilot in East Lindsey launched in September, led by PSCO Barnaby Prince has had a positive response both from members and the public as well as partners. We will look to expand this Lincolnshire wide in 2023.
As we move into the new year, I look forward to continuing working on these projects. As well as working alongside the Neighbourhood Policing Teams, the Community Alcohol Partnership, and colleagues across East Lindsey to improve levels of community safety for all. Thank you for all the support in 2022. Happy prosperous 2023.
For people with dementia at risk of going missing. This scheme helps police track down people with dementia. It requires carers and families to complete an online form to record vital information should they go missing. The form includes carers details, medication, and a description and a photo of the person. The re-launch coincides with a launch of the smart dementia bands in East Lindsey. For more information or to request a band please visit: firstname.lastname@example.org
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