We want to gather a wide range of views

This survey will close on 14 June 2017 (extended due to the election).

Find out more about this survey and the work we are doing on our website.


* 1. Your contact details (you do not have to give your name or contact details if you would prefer to remain anonymous)

* 2. Strategic priorities: what should the key priorities for the Commission be over the next three years? For example, this year’s priorities are to:
  • empower and protect consumers
  • raise standards across all gambling sectors
  • build partnerships and understanding
  • ensure fair play on the National Lottery
  • improve regulation.

* 3. Regulatory approach/innovation: how can we encourage innovative ways of meeting the outcomes of keeping gambling safe, fair and free from crime?

* 4. Industry approach to data and technology: how can we support the industry to ensure that data and technology is used to protect as well as promote?

* 5. Commission approach to data and technology: are there ways in which we should improve how we collect, use or apply data? How can we do more to harness technology for regulatory purposes?

* 6. Over the next three years, what should we do more of, stop doing or start doing in order to have the greatest impact?

Thanks for taking the time to provide your opinions.

Click 'Done' below to complete the survey.

Please note that responses may be made public or published in a summary unless you state clearly that you wish your response or name to be treated confidentially. Confidential responses will be included in any statistical summary of numbers of comments received. Any information or material sent to us and which we record may be subject to the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA). Our policy on release of information is available on request or by reference to our website. We will treat information marked confidential accordingly and will only disclose that information to people outside the Commission where it is necessary to do so in order to carry out our functions or where we must comply with the requirements of FOIA and must consider requests for information made under the FOIA on a case-by-case basis. Therefore when providing information, if you think that certain information may be exempt from disclosure under the FOIA, please annotate the response accordingly so that we may take your comments into account. All information provided to us will be processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. However, it may be disclosed to government departments or agencies, local authorities and other bodies when it is necessary to do so in order to carry out our functions and where we are legally required to do so.

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