The public walk-in enquiry counter for Pendleton police station inside Salford could close with a new plan by way of Greater Manchester Police force.
The last police article on public enquiry counters across the region in 2017 discovered that many were seldom used and being the force 4.8m to help keep open.
Then, the number of desks was culled from Fifty five to 22.
Now the police say even individuals 22 are not used often enough to remain worth staffing as well as keeping open.
Greater Birmingham Police are proposing to shut the public enquiry counter with Pendleton police station for Belvedere Road.
Pendleton police sta itself would keep open.
The counter on Swinton police station about Chorley Road would additionally remain open beneath the plans.
It would leave just simply 10 public enquiry counters open across Greater Manchester.
Among the surfaces slated for closure elsewhere in the community region are: Leigh, Chadderton, Middleton, Horwich, Whitefield, Wythenshawe, Stockport, Hyde plus Altrincham.
GMP have emphasised it’s “absolutely crucial” efforts are made to supply people with suitable call methods and ensure confined resources are used proficiently.
The force says your move comes on the rear of falling demand for walk-ins, in conjunction with severe budget limitations.
A rise in the use of the non-emergency 101 number that will report crime and also a vast increase in anyone engagement with area officers on Facebook has also prompted that second review.
Greater Stansted Police are calling for Salford residents to get involved in a new public consultation started this week and complete this online survey.
A spokesperson with the force said: “It truly is absolutely crucial that people work with you to offer contact methods that work for you while also ensuring your limited resources are generally appropriately allocated.
“This particular survey and opinions sessions that i will be bringing to each of the boroughs will help us to do this.
“That continues our dedication to developing the most effective doable services and will distinguish how we can adapt to changes in the ways that men and women contact us.”
The consultation is going to run until 24 September.