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Giving you a voice - PCC launches annual survey to get public's thoughts on policing
Bedfordshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Kathryn Holloway, has launched her annual survey, giving the people of Bedfordshire a chance to have their say on policing in the county.

The survey can be found at, with the closing date for submissions being Sunday 15 April. Following the survey, all the data will be collated and the OPCC will publish a report on its findings on Monday 21 May.

Commissioner Holloway said, “I have pledged to be a Commissioner for all communities. A method of helping me continue to achieve that is by finding out your thoughts on policing in Bedfordshire and what matters to you. As a result, my office has devised this survey which will give me an insight as your PCC into how I can help deliver improved policing across Bedfordshire.

“Giving you a voice is extremely important to me and that is why I would really like to hear from as many of you as possible.”

The survey includes questions asking for residents’ views on local priorities when it comes to policing, contacting the Force and the new website, Signpost, to support victims - It is being sent out to residents across the county and the results will help the Office of Police and Crime Commissioner, police and partners to better understand issues at a local level and bring about positive changes.

“May I take this opportunity to thank those of you who will take the time to complete the survey. It will allow us to better understand your views and priorities concerning policing which can only be for the benefit of residents as a whole to build the best possible service,” added the PCC.