Residents urged to give views on resort policing
A NEW national study is calling on the people of Southport to share their views and experiences of the police and emergency services.
The anonymous study is hosted online by Hudgell Solicitors, legal specialists in civil liberties cases, and will gauge the nation’s perceptions of the police and other emergency services.
Neil Hudgell, Managing Director of Hudgell Solicitors said: “We’re currently living through times of uncertainty and policing is a hot topic.
“With this in mind, and as a firm which represents clients across the country in cases relating to the conduct of the police and other emergency services, we are hosting this study to explore the nation’s views.
“The findings will help to paint a picture of perceptions around trust, security and reputation on a national scale.
“We’d urge people across Southport to share their views.”
People from Southport can share their views by completing the study here: https://www.hudgellsolicitors.co.uk/civil-liberties/policing-in-the-uk/