Policing element of Council Tax Survey

The Government has told Police Crime Commissioners – who are responsible for setting the amount of money local people contribute to policing through council tax – that they can raise the precept next year by £10 for an average band D household, which is approximately 83p per month.

PCC Mark Shelford wants to hear from communities and find out your views about this potential increase. He has launched a survey asking if residents would be willing to pay an increase in the policing part of the council tax.

To access the survey please use the link below.

https://www.avonandsomerset-pcc.gov.uk/about/police-tax-survey/?utm_source=stakeholders&utm_medium=local+authorities&utm_https://www.avonandsomerset-pcc.gov.uk/about/police-tax-survey/?utm_source=stakeholders&utm_medium=local+authorities&utm_campaign=police-tax-survey&utm_term=police-tax-survey%20campaign=police-tax-survey&utm_term=police-tax-survey