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The force is making real efforts to consult in ways that enable us to ask more incisive questions about our performance, our service, our customers' needs, and the impact of our activities, policies and procedures.

Successful policing is a community-based activity that requires the commitment and active engagement of our communities, citizens and partners.

A greater understanding of the needs and expectations of our communities, as well as victims and witnesses helps the force to improve the services we provide, prevent and detect even more crime.  In particular, community feedback ensures that we know who our most vulnerable communities are and what issues they face; this helps us to target our policing activities towards those who are at most risk of harm. The force is making real efforts to consult in ways that enable us to ask more incisive questions about our performance, our service, our customers' needs, and the impact of our activities, policies and procedures.

Alongside our Victim of Crime survey, we also conduct the Partners and Communities Together (PACT) process through our local policing programme.

Please click on the link below to view our harmonised (You will require Adobe Acrobat Reader to view this document).

Please follow the link below to take you to the Victim of Crime survey.