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Community Surveys

In addition to scheduled community engagement activities throughout the year, the Commissioner also launches an annual community survey, to seek feedback from the wider public about: 

        - police precept contributions (the amount we contribute towards policing as part of our Council Tax)

        - policing priorities

        - views and feedback on the service provided by South Wales Police

The information and feedback gathered from our survey assists the Commissioner's decision in considering the options for setting the police precept and enables us to to consider the delivery of community safety work. 

Our previous survey summary reports are available below. 

2021-22
2020-21
2019-20

You can find out more information about the police precept and your contribution towards local policing in our 'Our Policing Contribution' leaflet. 

Live Surveys

 

Thank you for your interest, however, there are currently no live surveys at this time. 

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