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 as a result, the OPCC can work towards meeting their requirements.
You can read about our plans in the OPCC Consultation and Engagement Strategy 2021-24.
The PCC is currently consulting stakeholders throughout Cleveland about how much they want to pay towards policing in 2024-25.
Deadline: 31 December 2023 at 23.55
Rural Crime Survey
Rural residents, businesses and landowners were asked about crime in their area in a recent survey – and what they would like Cleveland Police and their partners to do about it.
It aims to find out about the issues affecting rural communities throughout Cleveland . The survey also wants to know what residents, businesses and landowners would like to see happen to solve those problems.
The consultation asked members of the public how they would like offenders to make amends to the community for their crimes.
Community Remedies are out-of-court sentencing options, which take place in the community, and are used in cases of antisocial behaviour and lower level crime.
Results of the consultation are published here.
Policing Precept 2023-4
OPCC staff carried out a consultation on how much people in Cleveland were willing to pay towards the 2023-24 policing precept.
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 full report is available here.
Victim needs assessment survey
This major study by the Centre for Process Innovation looked at 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.
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
- Antisocial Behaviour
- Young people’s Relationships with the Police
You can read the full report here