The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) carries out a wide range of consultations and engagement.
This is to make sure the PCC and his staff know what the people of Cleveland want and need – and the OPCC can work towards meeting their requirements.
You can read about our plans in the OPCC Consultation and Engagement Strategy 2021-24.
Results of consultations are available on this page.
Policing Precept 2022-23
OPCC staff undertook a consultation on how much the people of Cleveland were willing to pay as part of the 2022-23 policing precept.
The precept is the amount of money, which households and businesses pay towards the cost of policing Cleveland with their Council Tax.
The full report is available here.
Police and Crime Plan 2021-24
Public consultation took place during summer 2021 on the priorities, which formed Cleveland Police and Crime Plan 2021-24.
Read more about the Police and Crime Plan on our website.
Victim needs assessment survey
This major study by the Centre for Process Innovation looked into how victims in Cleveland access recovery services.
Violence against women and girls
Results from the OPCC’s consultation on feelings of safety in public spaces among women and girls in Cleveland were released in June 2021.
In the survey, more than 81% of women and girls feel unsafe in public spaces across the Cleveland Force area.
Survey results formed the basis of a bid to the Government’s Safer Streets 3 programme.
Youth survey into crime
As part of its Big Conversation 2021-22, Cleveland Youth Commission looked at young people’s views on the following:
- ·Mental Health
- Drug and Alcohol Abuse & Gang Crime
- Abusive Relationships
- Hate & Online Crime
- Anti-Social Behaviour
- Young people’s Relationships with the Police
You can read the full report here