The results of the Gibraltar Police Authority’s Public Consultation Survey for 2012 and 2013 have bee published by the authority and can be found on the website at www.gpa.gi. Almost one thousand completed questionnaires were received from a wide cross section of the community.
It is noted that the public’s overall satisfaction of the service provided by the RGP remains high and that almost two-thirds of the respondents agreed with the priorities as set out in the GPA Annual Policing Plan 2011-12.
This morning, a number of prominent groups, at the forefront of the Community gathered in the lobby of the City Hall, where Chief Minister Fabian Picardo uncovered a plaque, commemorating International Women’s Day. Commenting on Gibraltar’s first Women’s association, named the Housewives Association of which, his mother was one of the founding members, along with Mariola Summerfield, Mr Picardo explained that the group played its part and ‘became a spring board for political women and for the continuing activity of the association itself’.