Hertfordshire police ‘want to hear views of under-25s’
YOUNG people are being asked for their views about policing and safety in the county.
Hertfordshire Police Authority is running an online survey to guage the opinions of under-25s.
Chairman Stuart Nagler said: “All too often young people do not get the chance to have their say about how police services are provided in the county, yet the under 25s are more likely to be a victim of crime than any other age group and more likely to be stopped and searched by the police.
“It is important for us to hear about their contact with the police, whether they have been a victim of crime, what they think of PCSOs and how safe they feel “
Working with Youth Connexions and members of the Hertfordshire Youth Parliament, the police authority has set up an online survey on the website Channel Mogo.
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Everyone who completes the survey will get the chance to win one of three �25 WH Smith vouchers. Closing date for the survey is Monday, July 26.
Take part online by clicking on the link above.
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