Police Want Your Views

National Rural Crime Survey

  • Do you feel the police are visible enough?
  • What are your views on police response in your area?
  • Is crime under-reported?
  • How does crime and the fear of crime impact your community?
  • Are you concerned about threats to wildlife?

16370_nrcn_flyer_header_500The National Rural Crime Network wants your views on how the police should help to protect rural areas – give them your views on policing and crime.

Act now to make your voice heard!

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In response to concerns from people living and working in rural areas, the National Rural Crime Network is launching the biggest ever survey of rural policing and crime.

In the face of shrinking budgets, it is important for the National Rural Crime Network to better understand your experiences of policing and crime in your area. Have you suffered financial loss, been concerned or worried about safety or feel the focus is generally on urban areas? You can complete this survey anonymously.

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The aim is for the National Rural Crime Network to use the results of the survey to improve awareness of crime in rural areas and encourage crime prevention, inform government policy and help ensure funding is not disproportionately lost from rural areas. The results from the survey will inform the police and their partners in their work, helping to ensure the right services and resources are available to rural communities.

They can only do this with your help.

For the 10-15 minutes it will take, your response will make a difference to policing, crime and community safety in rural areas. I appreciate that you may not live in a rural area so apologies if you feel that this survey doesn’t apply to you – but you may still have views about rural crime if for instance you work in a rural area, have family and friends who live there etc. and we would like you to get the chance to have your say.

Act now to make your voice heard!

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