Police Contact Survey

In December 2016 Mark Burns-Williamson, West Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner launched a consultation with Dee Collins, West Yorkshire Police's Chief Constable on how the public contact West Yorkshire Police.

The consultation consisted of a short survey and included questions on what contact methods people are aware of, what are the preferred contact methods, and for what reasons do people contact West Yorkshire Police.

The aim of the survey was to learn more about how and why you would contact your police, whether you have visited your local police station or other public enquiry counters recently and to establish whether you know about the many new ways of contacting the police that are available.

The survey closed on 19 January 2017 with 2,783 responses.

Click here to read the summary report of the survey findings. (PDF 261KB)

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