Thank you for taking the time to give me your views on what matters to you for policing, community safety and criminal justice across Hertfordshire. Your feedback is important and I intend to use it to help shape my new five-year plan for the county.

The questionnaire may be completed by people living and /or working in Hertfordshire and by representatives responding on behalf of an organisation that operates in Hertfordshire.

To give your feedback, please complete this questionnaire by 12noon on 01 December 2021.

All the questions are optional and any information you provide will be processed in accordance with the latest Data Protection regulations; any personal information will be kept for no more than 3 months after the plan has been published. All feedback from members of the public will be anonymous, but views from organisations or someone acting in their official capacity may be attributed in full.

In addition to English, this survey is also available in the most prevalent languages spoken in Hertfordshire – Polish, Urdu, Gujarati and Italian. Please select the language of the survey you would like to complete below.

If you do have any accessibility requirements in being able to read, access or complete this survey please contact: 01707 806100 or Email: the.plan@herts-pcc.gov.uk 

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* 1. About you (1) 

What was your age on your last birthday?

Please choose one of the following options.

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* 2. About You (2)

Please choose one of the following options.

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* 3. If you live in Hertfordshire, please state which district you live in:

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* 4. About You (3)

Which of the following statements best applies to you?

Please choose one of the following options.

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* 5. Your Views (1)

In your opinion, how important or not are each of these for Hertfordshire Constabulary over the next five years?

Please choose one option in each row.

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To tackle neighbourhood crimes e.g. burglary, theft from and of a vehicle, theft from a person, fly tipping, local drug dealing and drug use.
Responding to welfare concerns such as people in mental health crisis or when people go missing from home or from care homes.
To tackle rural and wildlife crime e.g. stealing from farms, hare coursing, poaching, theft of agricultural machinery.
To tackle online/ cybercrime e.g. hacking including social media and email passwords, phishing, use of malware, online scams
To tackle serious and organised crime, especially cross-border crime, including serious violence, organised burglary, drug dealing and county lines
To tackle anti-social behaviour including antisocial use of the roads including speeding, in partnership with local councils.
To improve the safety of women and girls by focusing on crimes that affect them.
To tackle hidden crime e.g. sexual exploitation, domestic abuse, modern slavery and human trafficking.

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* 6. Your Views (2)

In your opinion, how important or not are each of these for the police in Hertfordshire in the next five years?

Please choose one option in each row.

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To further strengthen neighbourhood policing, with local safer neighbourhood teams to help the community feel more engaged and connected with their local policing teams, and to have at least one police station in each district.
To undertake a ‘Prevention First’ approach that seeks to invest in early intervention activities to stop crime and anti-social behaviour happening in the first place, and where it does happen, stop it escalating.
To improve the customer service that the police provide, and ensure the public are given choice in how they contact and engage with the police and the ease of doing so.
To ensure that high quality provision is available to all safeguarding victims of crime including victims of sexual abuse.
To improve the relationship between police and communities in tackling Hate Crime in the community and ensuring that all members of the community are being treated fairly and with respect by the police.
To ensure the police workforce become more diverse and representative of the communities it serves and across all ranks.
To ensure the police have well-equipped, modern services that are fit for the future. This includes making sure they have the right buildings, equipment, technology and vehicles to carry out their work.
To ensure the police become more environmentally sustainable and develop initiatives for energy efficiency, fuel savings and reducing our carbon footprint through improving installation, fitting LED lighting and electric/ hybrid vehicles.
To further work with Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service and the Ambulance Service to deliver improved public safety across the county.
To extend the opportunities for volunteers in policing, including independent scrutiny of policing powers.
To ensure crimes against businesses are tackled robustly and support is given through crime prevention advice. 

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* 7. Your Views (3)

Is there anything else important that you feel Hertfordshire should focus on over the coming years?

Please choose one of the following. If yes, please explain what they are.

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