A new youth-led survey has been launched, which aims to gather the views of thousands of young people on policing and police complaints.
The survey has been designed and developed by members of the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) Youth Panel.
The survey aims to:
· Understand young people’s lived experiences of policing
· Examine trust in policing and police complaints
· Look into local differences across England and Wales
· Involve young people in developing future solutions
The survey is open to young people aged 13-25 years across England and Wales. Young people can take the survey by >clicking on this link here<
The survey deadline is 17 June. The survey’s results will be published later this year. They will be used to create national recommendations for change and will be shared with policing stakeholders, locally and nationally.
We would be grateful for your support in sharing this survey with young people and amongst your network. Young people’s views are really important to us, and we especially want to hear from those who might not otherwise have their voices heard.
Please feel free to use the flyer that can be downloaded here for your own social media.