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Throughout the year the Police and Crime Commissioner invites the public, statutory partners and third sector organisations for their views on matters relating to policing and service delivery.

It is important to the Commissioner that the views the public and his partners shape and inform his decision-making

To ensure people are told the impact of their contribution, we will publish consultation findings online, which will also demonstrate action taken as a result of the feedback received.

To have an opportunity to have your say, stay in touch by looking on our website and social media platforms for our latest consultations and engagement opportunities.


Live Consultations

There are currently no live consultations. The police precept 2020/21 survey closed on the 9th December 2019. Thank you to everyone who took part in this survey. The results from this consultation will be share with the Police and Crime Commissioner and published in the new year. 


Our Policing Contribution: Police Precept 

The South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner, Alun Michael, is responsible for consulting with the residents of South Wales regarding the police precept. The police precept is the amount residents contribute towards policing as part of their council tax and is a vital part of policing.

On your council tax notice, it will be marked as a payment for the 'Police and Crime Commissioner', who is responsible for setting the budget for the police. 

To find out more about the Police Precept, please read our 'Our Policing Contribution - What you need to know' leaflet


Previous Consultations

Please note that these consultations are now closed. Thank you to everyone that took part. 

Consultation Consultation Response Summary
  • Results to be published in 2020






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