Making ‘Your Views’ Count on Crime and Safety
The ‘Your Views’ survey has been launched, which allows people to have their say on crime and safety issues in their neighbourhoods.
20th June 2022
Can you help improve community safety across West Yorkshire?
The ‘Your Views’ survey has today been launched, which allows people to have their say on crime and safety issues in their neighbourhoods.
You can take the survey and give us your feedback here: www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/YV2022/
The survey, which has run for several years, asks for feedback on issues that concern you, and your opinion on the approach of police and partners.
The responses will directly inform the future delivery of key services and survey is open until July 13th 2022.
West Yorkshire’s Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime, Alison Lowe OBE said:
“Having recently launched the Mayor’s Police and Crime Plan for West Yorkshire following significant public consultation, we now have a clear direction to tackling crime and safety issues.
“In delivering the plan, however, we must adapt, flex and respond to the ever-changing needs of our communities.
“This is why the ‘Your Views’ survey is such an important tool, as it enables us to continually shape the approach and understand any new or emerging trends.
“I want to hear from as many people as possible who live and work in our county, particularly those who are often under-represented.
“We receive hundreds of survey responses, but we find that fewer people aged 16 to 35, or from Black, Asian, or other minority groups reply to the survey.
“If you are a young person, or from a minority group, I would encourage you to share your views with us too.
“What matters to you, matters to me, and your feedback will ensure the Mayor, Police and our local partners can work together to improve the public experience.”
You can take the survey by simply clicking on the link (above), but if you need a paper copy to return through the post, or require any other help in completing the survey, you can e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or contact (0113) 348 1740.