Public Attitudes Survey
Academics at the University of York have teamed up with Safer York Partnership, North Yorkshire Police and City of York Council to create a survey designed to give residents in York the chance to express their views on crime, the fear of crime, confidence and their views on policing.
It will give North Yorkshire Police a robust evidence-based analysis of public perceptions of the police that may be used by senior officers to allocate resources in a way that maximises public confidence in the services the force provides.
The survey is available to complete at the link at the top of the page and should take no longer than ten minutes to fill out. A small number of these surveys are being hand-delivered to addresses in York, if you have already filled out the survey on line, please do not fill it out again.
The Deputy Chief Constable for North Yorkshire Police, Tim Madgwick said:
"North Yorkshire Police are committed to improving the service that we provide to the people of York, and we can only achieve this by seeking the views of the communities we serve. Working in partnership with the University and the Council is an excellent opportunity to gain valuable information from our communities and we would strongly encourage all residents to complete this survey. It will provide us with additional information about our communities which will assist us in shaping our resources to ensure we deliver the best possible policing service to the City of York."
To see the Privacy Statement for the survey please click here
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Click here to see the press release