Results from previous consultations and surveys are collected on this page.
Police Precept Consultation Survey
2019/20: You can view the full report on the surveys and consultation activities.
2018/19: You can view the full report on the surveys and consultation events.
2017/18: You can view the full report on both consultation events.
2016/17: You can view the full report on both consultation days.
Find the Commissioner’s budget reports to the Police and Crime Panel for each year on the Budget page.
Cyber crime survey
Crime as we know it is changing. As we’ve embraced technology and moved online, it has too.
The Commissioner for Surrey set up a survey to find out more about experiences and perceptions of cyber crime. This survey was open to all residents aged 18+ in the South East region.
With over 11,600 responses, the findings of the survey provide the first in-depth look at residents’ experiences and perceptions of cyber crime. The data reveals that 84% of people have experienced some form of attempted cyber crime in the last 12 month, with 15% reporting that they had subsequently become a victim.
Business crime survey
An online survey was conducted to engage with local business communities across Hampshire and Isle of Wight and to inform the business crime strategy.
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), Southampton Businesses Against Crime (SOBAC), and the Chamber of Commerce, follows extensive engagement by the then PCC with members of the wider business community.
The aim of the survey was to establish what types of crime have been committed against businesses, the impact this had on them, whether they were reported and whether any police response influenced how they would react in the future. It also seeks to establish what the Commissioner can do to improve the ways in which crime against businesses could be reduced. Survey results.
Performance and Information hold regular focus group sessions to understand the public’s feelings and perceptions of various topics relating to crime and safety. Their debrief documents are published here, and if you want to sign up to participate in their focus groups, you can register online and specify your areas of interest.
Neighbourhood Watch, August 2018: Scams and fraud
Neighbourhood Watch, December 2018: Local policing and community safety
Coffee Shop Consultations, December 2018: open forum
Focus Groups, February and March 2019: Hate Crime