Young people being asked to take part in Police and Crime Commissioner’s lockdown survey
June 22, 2020
The Northumbria Violence Reduction Unit is asking young people between the ages of 14-25 to take part in a short survey to help them understand the true impact of lockdown.
Kim McGuinness, Northumbria Police & Crime Commissioner said “Through this consolation we will be able to gather key insight into the challenges ahead and what services young people are likely to engage with over the coming months. This knowledge will help shape how community services and my Violence Reduction Unit can best support young people.
The survey doesn’t collect personal information (asks for partial postcode) and has been composed by Northumbria Police insight team with input from our education and safeguarding departments.
We will share the anonymised data collected with yourselves once we have been able to analyse and produce some recommendations for how we act on the feedback.”
The survey can be accessed HERE and will stay open until Wednesday 22nd July