South Yorkshire Police is asking people how they would like to access police services in the future with a public consultation starting today.
We are replacing the technology that supports the way we deal with requests for advice and assistance and the consultation will provide us with your views of how you would like to contact us.
The consultation will run until Thursday, 2 March and will include a survey, public consultation sessions and meetings with partners across South Yorkshire.
The survey will be available online and will ask questions focussing on how you currently contact us and how you would like to going forward.
Head of Communications for the force, Tracy Potter said: “With this new technology we want to make sure our services match the needs of the people we serve and are really interested in listening to your views.
“It is so important that we listen to the people of South Yorkshire to provide contact methods that work best for you and enable us to develop the most effective service possible.
“Please complete the survey and help us create a service that works for everybody.”
To complete the survey visit www.southyorks.police.uk/surveys. We will share the results of the survey on our website once the survey closes.