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Take Part in our Community Survey

The South Wales Police & Crime Commissioner wants to hear your views!

The Police & Crime Commissioner for South Wales has now launched is annual community consultation and is urging people to share their feedback with him before the survey closes on Wednesday 15th December.

The aim of the survey is to understand:

  • the issues worrying or making people feel unsafe where they live, work, or spend time in South Wales
  • how people feel about policing in their local area
  • how people feel about their contributions to local policing through council tax payments

The results from this survey will support the Commissioner in his decision making for setting the 2022/23 police precept and will provide him with a broader understanding of the issues making people feel unsafe and their experiences and perceptions of local policing.

The Commissioner is committed to ensuring he can reflect the views of as many people in the South Wales Police force area as possible and would appreciate your time in sharing your feedback with him.

How you can take part

Click the link –

Scanning the below QR Code:

Contact us to request a paper copy:

01656 869366 /

Download our poster to help us encourage communities in South Wales to take part

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