Dyfed-Powys rural policing priorities
MORE than 850 residents have so far taken part in a survey on rural policing.
The Dyfed-Powys police commissioner launched the consultation at the Royal Welsh Show in June, saying he wanted as many people as possible to share their views on how the force is tackling countryside crime.
Commissioner Christopher Salmon said: "I'm determined to gather as much public opinion as possible in order to shape our policing services of the future. Dyfed-Powys has the most rural police service in England and Wales so we need to be the country's experts in rural policing."
The consultation ends on Saturday, and Mr Salmon said he wanted to have rural policing proposals on the table by the end of September.