About the Results

The Local Public Confidence Survey was conducted by an independent market research company.

The Local Public Confidence Survey is conducted via telephone interview amongst a random selection of residents aged 16 years and over. During the interview, survey participants are asked a series of questions covering a range of crime and policing issues, structured around the following themes; living in the local area, accessibility, contact with the police, problems in the local area and public confidence. A baseline data sample was collected between October 2009 and January 2010 and involved 2,400 people from across the whole of the Cleveland area. We now have in place a monthly interview program, allowing us to keep up to date with emerging issues and local concerns.  

A summary of the most recent results can be found below:

LPC Survey Results January 2014 to December 2014

LPC Survey Results April 2013 to March 2014

LPC Survey Results April 2012 to March 2013

LPC Survey Results April to December 2012

LPC Survey Results April to December 2011

LPC Survey Results April to September 2011

LPC Survey Results April to June 2011

LPC Survey Results April to March 2011

LPC Survery Results April to December 2010

LPC Survey Baseline Report Feb 2010