Tell Tracy – Police and Crime Plan Consultation by October 17

 

Mayor of West Yorkshire Launches Police and Crime Plan Consultation – Complete survey by October 17

Tracy Brabin, the Mayor of West Yorkshire has today officially launched the consultation to inform her first Police and Crime Plan.

The Mayor is urging everyone in West Yorkshire to get involved and #TellTracy about your policing and community safety priorities.

The consultation will feed directly into the new Plan which sets the strategic direction for West Yorkshire Police, community safety partners and commissioned services over the next three years.

An online survey has been launched along with a host of other options to get involved.

The consultation will run until 19th November with the online survey closing for responses on 17th October. To take part visit https://www.yourvoice.westyorks-ca.gov.uk/police-and-crime-plan-consultation or call 0113 348 1740.

Tracy Brabin, Mayor of West Yorkshire, said: “I’m very excited to be launching this consultation today. We’ve worked really hard to make it as comprehensive and inclusive as we can with options to feedback including an online survey, over the phone, email, in person, social media and virtual events.

“Your views and the information collected will be crucial, not only in setting priorities but also to ensure I am focusing activity and funding on the areas of greatest need to the people of West Yorkshire.

“The Plan will be underpinned by some key principles that sit at the core of everything that my Deputy for Policing and Crime, Alison Lowe, and I do. These are, safety for women and girls, diversity, equality and inclusion, and early intervention and prevention.”

Message Sent By  Mayoral Combined Authority, Communications, West Yorkshire

What makes your community thrive?

Staying Well are looking to capture people’s views on what can happen in local areas to help health and wellbeing.

This is part of the Thriving Communities agenda and will shape how things are developed in the future.

To have your say complete our survey here or get in touch with us on 01422 392767 to talk more.

Tell Tracy – Police and Crime Plan Consultation

 

Mayor of West Yorkshire Launches Police and Crime Plan Consultation

Tracy Brabin, the Mayor of West Yorkshire has today officially launched the consultation to inform her first Police and Crime Plan.

The Mayor is urging everyone in West Yorkshire to get involved and #TellTracy about your policing and community safety priorities.

The consultation will feed directly into the new Plan which sets the strategic direction for West Yorkshire Police, community safety partners and commissioned services over the next three years.

An online survey has been launched along with a host of other options to get involved.

The consultation will run until 19th November with the online survey closing for responses on 17th October. To take part visit https://www.yourvoice.westyorks-ca.gov.uk/police-and-crime-plan-consultation or call 0113 348 1740.

Tracy Brabin, Mayor of West Yorkshire, said: “I’m very excited to be launching this consultation today. We’ve worked really hard to make it as comprehensive and inclusive as we can with options to feedback including an online survey, over the phone, email, in person, social media and virtual events.

“Your views and the information collected will be crucial, not only in setting priorities but also to ensure I am focusing activity and funding on the areas of greatest need to the people of West Yorkshire.

“The Plan will be underpinned by some key principles that sit at the core of everything that my Deputy for Policing and Crime, Alison Lowe, and I do. These are, safety for women and girls, diversity, equality and inclusion, and early intervention and prevention.”

Message Sent By  Mayoral Combined Authority, Communications, West Yorkshire

Do you use the A629 north of Halifax town centre?

We want to hear your views on proposals for the A629 between Orange Street roundabout and Ogden

Funding for this project has been secured from West Yorkshire plus Transport Fund as part of the Corridor Improvement Programme Phase 2 (CIP), which aims to improve transport and connectivity from Halifax town centre through to North Halifax.

The A629 North project is at concept stage.

Calderdale Council, in partnership with the West Yorkshire Combined Authority, has developed this project to make it easier to travel through towns and villages on the A629, specifically between Orange Street Roundabout to Ogden.

The aim of the proposals is to reduce delays for everyone who travels along the route, including those by bus; and make it easier and safer to travel on foot or by bike, particularly between Lee Mount or Illingworth and Halifax town centre.

A public consultation started on Monday 14 June and will run until Sunday 18 July.

We want to hear your views.

For those who are unable to access the internet, printed copies of the designs and surveys are available by contacting the West Yorkshire Combined Authority:

yourvoice@westyorks-ca.gov.uk
0113 245 7676 (Metroline)
Freepost CONSULTATION TEAM (WYCA)

Your feedback on the proposed improvements is really important so we are able to identify and develop the best schemes to form a final package of work.

Your views matter Active Calderdale Survey extended

Active Calderdale want your help to gain true insight across the borough. This is your opportunity to express how you feel about being active in your local area so that Active Calderdale can gain further understanding of how to help improve the perceptions and reduce the inequalities.

That’s why we’ve launched the Your Views Matter Survey, which is aimed at adults living in Calderdale and will be sent out annually from 7th May to 7th June. This year’s survey is now live and can be completed via https://bit.ly/3xgxUoX.

This survey will provide us with the insights we need to shape the direction of Active Calderdale and create impactful change.

Complete the survey before 7 June 2021 to have your say and make real difference.

Accessibility

Translated forms are available in the online version of the survey https://bit.ly/3xgxUoX

If you prefer a paper copy, you can pick up one from an open local library. Paper copies are available in English only.

Further information on the Your Views Matter Survey can be found at https://active.calderdale.gov.uk/blog/your-views-matter-local-survey-2021

If you have any other questions or feedback regarding the Your Views Matter Survey or the Your Views Matter Partner Pack, please contact activecalderdale@calderdale.gov.uk

Your answers will help to tackle inequalities and get more people moving in the borough, evaluate the perceptions of residents on their physical and mental wellbeing, and how they feel about being active in their local areas.

 

Take the Friday Flyer Satisfaction Survey by June 7th

The Friday Flyer is always evolving. We got ourselves a new home, which we’ve still to enjoy and a shining new phone number. If you haven’t got our new number yet, it is 01422 252 209.

We’re still interested in hearing your views, to make sure we’re offering you an approachable, informative service.

Frankly, we couldn’t do this without you. Your messages, input, events adverts is what makes the Friday Flyer so invaluable to us all.

We have advertised several surveys in the Friday Flyer. This time, we’d like you to answer one for us!

Take the Friday Flyer Satisfaction Survey !!!

We are always delighted to hear from you and we want to make sure that the service we deliver meets your expectations.

Answer as many or as few questions as you like.

This is your flyer. Have your say!

Your views matter Active Calderdale Survey

Active Calderdale want your help to gain true insight across the borough. This is your opportunity to express how you feel about being active in your local area so that Active Calderdale can gain further understanding of how to help improve the perceptions and reduce the inequalities.

That’s why we’ve launched the Your Views Matter Survey, which is aimed at adults living in Calderdale and will be sent out annually from 7th May to 7th June. This year’s survey is now live and can be completed via https://bit.ly/3xgxUoX.

This survey will provide us with the insights we need to shape the direction of Active Calderdale and create impactful change.

Complete the survey before 7 June 2021 to have your say and make real difference.

Accessibility

Translated forms are available in the online version of the survey https://bit.ly/3xgxUoX

If you prefer a paper copy, you can pick up one from an open local library. Paper copies are available in English only.

Further information on the Your Views Matter Survey can be found at https://active.calderdale.gov.uk/blog/your-views-matter-local-survey-2021

If you have any other questions or feedback regarding the Your Views Matter Survey or the Your Views Matter Partner Pack, please contact activecalderdale@calderdale.gov.uk

Your answers will help to tackle inequalities and get more people moving in the borough, evaluate the perceptions of residents on their physical and mental wellbeing, and how they feel about being active in their local areas.