Greater Manchester Police and Crime Plan Refresh 2021

Closed 30 Nov 2021

Opened 1 Nov 2021


Refreshing our plan for police, community safety, criminal justice services and citizens in Greater Manchester

"Andy Burnham, the Mayor of Greater Manchester, is responsible for setting the direction for policing and community safety in our city-region. As his deputy with responsibilities for policing, fire and criminal justice, I developed a police and crime plan in March 2018, called Standing Together.

It is important to make sure that the priorities in the plan are still the right ones. Over the summer I have been working with our ten community safety partnerships, Greater Manchester Police, young people, businesses, communities, health organisations and VCSE organisations to refresh the Plan.

There has been overwhelming support for the priorities in the current Plan and they are felt to reflect what is needed at a more local level. I now want to hear what you think our priorities should be moving forward in order to keep you and your loved ones safe.

I would be grateful if you would complete this short survey, and encourage your friends and family across Greater Manchester to do the same by sharing this survey.

We don’t ask for your name and so all responses are confidential. The survey will close at midnight on 30th November 2021. All your responses will be used to finalise our Plan, which will be published in January 2022.

Thank you for your help in working with us to make Greater Manchester safer."

Baroness Beverley Hughes

Deputy Mayor for Police, Crime, Criminal Justice and Fire


  • General public


  • Deputy Mayor of Greater Manchester