Suffolk Police Survey

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Suffolk Constabulary is looking to improve how they communicate with people and ways in which they can be contacted.

To help them, a short online survey has been created to capture your views, on areas such as how you would prefer to receive Police updates that might be affecting you. 

Also included as part of the survey is understanding and  knowing how to engage with the Police, reporting something or contacting them when something has affected you personally.

Responses to the survey are strictly confidential and anonymous, which should only take about 5 minutes to complete.
Suffolk Police are keen to understand the views of everyone in our communities, including the youngest and elderly members of our community. Provision has been made to indicate where the survey was completed with the help of parents, carers or responsible adults.

​You can find the survey online by going to:

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