The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner carries out a wide range of consultations and engagement.
This is to make sure it knows what the people of Cleveland want and need – and works towards their goals.
Youth Survey into Crime
Cleveland Youth Commission is now working to get young people’s views in five key areas:
- Mental health
- Drug and alcohol issues
- Relationships between young people and police
- Hate and online crime
- Youth activities and preventing re-offending.
The survey is aimed at Cleveland’s young people, aged 14 to 25, and will form part of the Big Conversation.
The Big Conversation is the main focus of work for Cleveland’s first Youth Commission on Police and Crime.
It’s a chance for young people to express their views on a number of topics – and tell community safety leaders how they would like to see them tackled.
Findings will be presented at a conference next year, attended by Acting PCC Lisa Oldroyd and other community leaders.
Young people, aged 14 to 25, can get involved by taking part in the online survey at https://forms.gle/iU7FfsvjQiCfpYt56
Deadline for responses is 15 February 2021.
The Safer Streets Consultation closed on Moinday 16 November 2020.
Your Force, Your Voice
Your Force, Your Voice was the biggest public engagement exercise in the history of Cleveland Police.
While the programme has now been paused due to COVID restrictions, we are anxious to continue the conversation.
The full list of the PCC’s upcoming public engagements are Events Calendar.
If you would like details of future meetings – or to invite the PCC to a meeting – contact Sarah Wilson, Commissioner’s Officer for Consultation and Engagement.