Police and Crime Commissioner Launches Young Peoples' Survey

The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for the Thames Valley, Anthony Stansfeld, is seeking the views of children and young people on policing and crime through an online survey.

The survey is anonymous and is aimed at anyone aged between 11 and 17 who is living in Oxfordshire, Berkshire or Buckinghamshire. It is seeking young peoples’ views of the police as well as any concerns or worries about safety and crime.  The results of the survey will help inform the next Police and Crime Plan which is due to be published by March 2017. 

Anthony Stansfeld, PCC said “It’s important that children and young people have a voice in the Police and Crime Plan which is why I am specifically targeting them with this survey. Their views will be incorporated into the development of the plan alongside the 3500 residents’ views on policing and crime that we have received over the Summer.  I ask anyone eligible to complete it and that parents encourage their children to give their views.”

The survey can be found here  The closing date for responses is 31 October 2016.

A hard copy of the survey can be made available to schools or youth groups by contacting the OPCC on 01865 846780.

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