Your View Counts’ – New Police Scotland Public Consultation Survey
Police Scotland has launched its new public consultation survey, enabling members of the public the length and breadth of Scotland to tell us what they think about their local policing service and about those issues they want police to tackle where they live.
For the first time, the survey is available on-line and only takes about 15 minutes to complete. Feedback from the survey will help identify local policing priorities based on the views and experience of people who live in local communities.
Chief Constable Phil Gormley said: “Your View Counts is changing the way the public can let the police know what matters to communities throughout Scotland.
“Please take just 15 minutes of your time, to let us know what is important to you, at a time that’s convenient to you.”
Chief Superintendent Gillian MacDonald, Local Policing Commander for Ayrshire Division, said: “The new ‘Your View Counts’ on-line survey is a great opportunity for people to give us feedback on issues that are impacting negatively on their communities and that they would like police to tackle.”
“It’s also an opportunity for people to tell us what they think about their local policing service. I look forward to hearing the views of people across Ayrshire and would encourage people to complete the survey. We will regularly update on those issues that have been highlighted to us and how we are working to address them.”
“This is your chance to influence local policing and local policing priorities for Ayrshire, I hope you will take the opportunity to participate and get involved in the discussion.”
To take part, visit the online portal which is hosted on the Police Scotland website – www.scotland.police.uk/yourviewcounts.