Police and Crime Commissioner wants to hear from you about policing in the region

By Neil Speight

6th Nov 2022 | Local News

The South Wales Police & Crime Commissioner has launched his annual community survey. The aim of the survey is to seek feedback from the public about:

  • what can be improved to make people feel safe wherever they live, work, or spend time in South Wales
  • their views and experiences of engaging with the police in their local area
  • their views on the options being considered for the policing element of council tax payments (the "precept").

The results from this survey will be helpful as part of the decision making for setting the 2023/24 police precept, as well as the way South Wales Police pursue the delivery of Neighbourhood Policing and Community Safety work.

It will provide the Commissioner and his team with a broader understanding of the issues making people feel unsafe and how the police and local organisations work to better understand where and how resources should be targeted to keep communities safe and provide reassurance.

The Commissioner is committed to ensuring that South Wales Police hear the views of as many people as possible.

Either scan the QR code or click here to complete the survey. The closing date for the survey is Tuesday, 13 December 2022.

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