More police on the streets – making a safer city for all

The first duty of any government is to protect the lives, the safety and the property of its citizens. Without the proper resources for our defence, our intelligence services and our police, we will fail in our primary duty.

Annabel Tall said “We are fortunate in Bath to have very low rates of crime - we live in a very safe place. However, Bath residents are concerned that they do not see local police on the streets as much as they used to so I am delighted that we will be seeing an additional 20,000 police officers keeping us safe over the next 3 years.”

“In addition to this, since being selected in September, I have been campaigning to bring back our police station to the city centre. Is this so important that we have a 24 hour police presence here in Bath. When I met with Sajid Javid, when he was in the role of Home Sectary, he agreed that it was vital that we ensure Bath has the police presence the city needs and the residents expect. I am glad to say that plans are really progressing, and we will soon have the police station restored in our historic city”