Final Day For People In North Yorkshire To Take Part In Victim Survey
10:17am 27th April 2014
It's the final day for people in North Yorkshire to take part in a survey to help get more support for victims of crime.
The survey has been held across North Yorkshire to see what people think a good support sevice should be like, as well as what their experience has been as a victim.
Survey participants must have reported a crime or incident to North Yorkshire Police over the past year in order to take part.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Julia Mulligan said the way victims are treated is "essential" in order to ensure public trust in the authorites.
The results of the survey will be used to help shape future services for victims
The survey is available on the Police and Crime Commissioner's website www.northyorkshire-pcc.gov.uk until the end of the day.
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