Community Conversation October 20

1. About this survey ...

I hope that you are all continuing to keep safe and staying positive during these challenging times, I would like to thank all those who completed our previous survey, and thank you in advance for taking the time to complete this one.

As West Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), I want to reassure you that I am continuing to work closely with West Yorkshire Police and our partners to help ensure you are safe and feel safe.  As we try to return to go about our daily lives, whilst still facing the uncertainty surrounding the future of Covid, I wanted to seek your views again to find out more about how you are feeling now during these changing times.  This survey is about gaining your views on policing, crime and community safety, so that you can tell me what matters to you, and what more I can do to support you and your community whilst the Covid impact remains a challenge for us all. 

It’s important that I continue to gather your views, experiences and concerns to understand any changes in these last few months.  I would therefore be grateful if you could spare a few minutes complete this questionnaire and encourage your colleagues, friends and family to do the same.  I want to make sure that myself, West Yorkshire Police, and all our community safety partners are aware of your views so that we can continue to support you in the best way possible.  I am really keen to hear from as many of West Yorkshire’s diverse communities as possible, so we would welcome the survey being shared by you as widely as possible.

Please move through the questions by clicking on the buttons at the bottom of each page. 

The closing date for responses is the 6th November 2020 and I look forward to hearing from you.

You can find out more about my work as PCC by visiting:

Best wishes, Mark.

Mark Burns-Williamson
West Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner

Your Privacy
The results of this survey will be used for research purposes by staff at the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner.  We have designed the survey specifically so that it is unlikely that individuals can be identified from their answers. However there are a number of free text boxes in the survey where you can type information which may include personal information. So we thought that in order to be completely transparent you should be provided with the following privacy information.

The survey is on a platform called Smart Survey who act as our data processor for the information you provide on the form. You can view the OPCC Privacy Information here where you can find more information about how we use information and your rights over your data, and Smart Survey’s privacy information here.