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Our Police, Our Community

The Police and Crime Commissioner has now launched his ‘Our Police, Our Community’ public survey. The survey is aimed at people living in South Wales and aims to capture people’s feedback about the issues affecting and concerning them in their community and the service provided by South Wales Police. Feedback shared via the survey will help the Commissioner to inform his Police and Crime Plan and decide on the required amount to set the ‘precept level’ (the amount we contribute towards policing as part of our council tax) in South Wales.

It’s important to the Commissioner that we encourage as many people as possible to share their views, so that he can understand the differing needs of our diverse communities. The Commissioner would really value your support in helping us to extend our reach and encourage participation.  I would be grateful if you could spare a few minutes to complete this short survey and also circulate the survey to your contacts and colleagues who operate in South Wales and are more likely to reach community members that we may not be able to.

Our aim is to ensure that as many residents across South Wales have the opportunity to share their views with us and the Commissioner would really value your support in helping us achieve this.

Links to the survey are available below:


Welsh –


Easy Read versions (easy read help people with learning disabilities understand information easily)

Easy Read (English) –

Easy Read (Welsh) –

This survey closes on Tuesday 8th December. 

If you have any questions about the consultation, or you would like to request a paper copy of the survey, please don’t hesitate to email me.

Kindest Regards,





Sarah Mahon  

Swyddog Ymgysylltu a Sicrwydd | Engagement and Assurance Officer

Porth y  Gorllewin,  | West Gate,

Bont Faen, CF71 7AR | Cowbridge, CF71 7AR

(: 01656 869366 Ext: 70305 |




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