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Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Survey seeks residents' views on north Wales policing

A new public confidence survey launched by North Wales Police seeks to gain vital feedback from residents.

The survey will give participants the opportunity to give their views on policing, including confidence levels, feelings of safety, police and PCSO visibility and whether your issues are understood and being dealt with.

It will also seek to gauge how confident people feel that the force is dealing effectively with issues including online cybercrime, violence against women and girls and domestic abuse.

The survey also asks what people would change about the policing in their local area.

Deputy Chief Constable Nigel Harrison said: “We want to know what you think about North Wales Police, so this is an opportunity for you to let us know how we can provide an even better service.

“We want to better understand what it is like to live in your area so we can work together to address any issues or concerns.

“Over the past few years we’ve continued to do all we can to support the communities we serve. We have had many successes, including crime being cut in the region by more than eight per cent - with the dedication and hard work of officers and staff producing some of the best results recorded in the latest ONS Crime Survey covering England and Wales.

“We are not complacent and we are always seeking ways in which we can further improve to help make North Wales the safest place to live, work and visit in the UK.

“I’d encourage anyone to take the time to complete the short survey and provide their feedback.”

Police say the survey should take between five and 10 minutes to complete and is available in Welsh and English via: Please select one of the below options to start the survey. (

The survey will be open for two months and a report of the findings will be published by North Wales Police.

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