Your Opinion Counts
Your opinion Counts
South Wales Police and the Police and Crime Commissioner want to be the best at understanding and responding to the needs of our communities, so we are always keen to hear your thoughts on local policing and the issues that matter to you locally.
This section of the website contains a number of surveys, which will allow us to understand your views and improve the service we provide you.
To take part in our surveys please click on the relevant links below.
You may have received a Compass questionnaire through the post. If you wish, you can complete the survey online. Don’t forget to have your unique reference number to hand.
Tell us what issues impact you and what we should be making a priority in your community.
Would you like to sign up to receive a local newsletter? It will provide you with information about action being taken in your community.
Community Research Group
We are looking for members of the community to take part in various survey work throughout 2016/2017. This may include your experiences with the police or local partners, specific crimes/incidents you have been victim of or views about your community in general.
‘Get involved’ Campaign
We are working with partners to tackle your community issues and if you would like to become more involved in this process we would really like to hear from you. This may involve local projects and initiatives to help support and develop your community.
If you would like to receive these surveys in a different format, have any comments or queries, please contact the Consultation Team on 01656 762 987 and leave a message.
Alternatively, email: Consultation@south-wales.pnn.police.uk
Please note that these surveys should not be used for reporting crimes.
We value your views and opinions and would like to share with you what ‘You Said’ about your community and what action we are taking locally.
Section – 2014/15 Compass Campaign (Figures refer to the Police & Crime Reduction Plan)
South Wales Police – Overview
The results below are the findings from the 2014/2015 Compass survey campaign, which reflect the South Wales area.
Perception of crime and anti-social behaviour
Merthyr Tydfil – Community Issues by Local Authority Area (2014/15)