Almost 65 per cent of Cheshire is classified as 'rural'.  When a crime occurs in a rural area, this can have a significant impact not only on the victim themselves, but in many cases, their livelihood as well.

Cheshire Police & Crime Commissioner David Keane and Cheshire Constabulary are seeking the views of residents on crime faced by those who live and work in rural areas and your feedback will help shape how the police will tackle this type of crime going forward.

Do you live in a rural area?

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* 1. Do you live in a rural area?

Do you own a business in a rural area?

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* 2. Do you own a business in a rural area?

Have you been a victim of crime in the past three years?

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* 3. Have you been a victim of crime in the past three years?

If you have been a victim of crime in the past three years, was it wildlife crime?

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* 4. If you have been a victim of crime in the past three years, was it wildlife crime?

If you have been a victim of crime, did you report it to the police?

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* 5. If you have been a victim of crime, did you report it to the police?

How satisfied are you with the police in your local area?

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* 6. How satisfied are you with the police in your local area?

Are you aware of any police initiatives to tackle rural and wildlife crime in your area?

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* 7. Are you aware of any police initiatives to tackle rural and wildlife crime in your area?

How much of a problem do you think crime is in the area where you live?

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* 8. How much of a problem do you think crime is in the area where you live?

Do you feel safe where you live?

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* 9. Do you feel safe where you live?

What are the priorities you would like to see the police focus on in your local area?  Please tick all that apply.

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* 10. What are the priorities you would like to see the police focus on in your local area?  Please tick all that apply.

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