Consultations / Surveys

Call it Out survey

A survey to gather the views of women and girls on personal safety in County Durham and Darlington has been launched by the police.

‘Call it Out’ seeks to listen to the concerns and lived experiences of women and girls across the force area and understand how safe they feel.

Durham Constabulary will use the results of the survey to tackle safety concerns by working with the Office of the Durham Police, Crime and Victims’ Commissioner, Durham County Council and Darlington Borough Council.

The survey will run until Wednesday, May 5 and is completely anonymous. To take part, visit https://wh1.snapsurveys.com/s.asp?k=161892396031

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If you have suffered any type of crime, please contact 101, or report it online through 101 Live Chat https://bit.ly/3mGC5pc

Always call 999 in an emergency.

To independently access support services, contact the Victim Care and Advice Service on 0303 040 1099, or visit www.victimcareandadviceservice.uk

The Meadows Sexual Assault Referral Centre offers support to those who have experienced rape or sexual assault. Call 03333 448283 or visit www.themeadowsdurham.org.uk

Car Club Survey Shotley Bridge

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The Derwent Valley Car Club is a community-based car club, set up by Blackhall Mill Community Association. The pay-as-you-go electric car club offers hourly and daily rates, with no mileage fees and full insurance cover. Thanks to funding from Innovate UK, we plan to install a double EV charge point in Shotley Bridge. The new EV charge point will be available for residents, the public and members of the Car Club.

We are seeking your views on the location of the charge point, information on Electric Vehicles and potential demand for the car club. We have prepared a short survey at:

www.tinyurl.com/ed9mbdz7

You can also find the survey on the Village Trust’s webpage or the Car Club’s Facebook page:

www.shotleybridgevillagetrust.com or www.facebook.com/derwentvalleycarclub

If you cannot complete the survey online but would like to take part, please contact  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.or 07970 706696 and we will get one to you.

Please complete your survey by Sunday 21 March 2021.

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Youth Sector Engagement Exercise

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) is seeking views on how best to prioritise out of school support and how they could improve their offer for young people.

DCMS is reviewing the programmes and services it supports for young people outside of school (including the National Citizen Service, youth clubs, youth volunteering opportunities and local sports/arts groups).

They’ve produced a digital questionnaire to gather feedback from young people ages 11 to 18, or up to 25 if they have additional needs.

They have also produced an engagement pack for youth sector organisations to gather views within their organisation and/or networks.

The engagement closes on 7 March 2021, and further details can be accessed here: Youth sector engagement exercise

Active Through Football Durham Residents Survey

Dear County Durham Resident,  

Active Through Football (ATF) is an exciting new programme from Sport England, funded by the National Lottery and delivered by the Football Foundation.  

The ATF County Durham Consortium are currently working on a funding application to bring investment into the County which would create a range of new activities over the next 5 years based on residents' needs (if funded).   

As part of their application, they are gathering information direct from residents living in the areas listed below, to be included as evidence that there is a need to deliver the ATF programme in Durham. They would like to hear from as many people as possible, even if you have never kicked a football in your life.  

North Durham (Consett, Stanley, Leadgate, Annfield Plain, Dipton, Kip Hill) 

East Durham (Dalton-le-Dale, Easington Colliery, Easington Village, Haswell, Horden, Seaham, Shotton) 

They are particularly keen to hear from people who currently do less than 30 minutes of activity a week. 

The survey should take no more than 5 minutes to complete and will help them strengthen their application. All those completing the survey will be entered into a prize draw and ten people will be drawn at random to win a £25 Amazon voucher. 

The survey will close on the 30 March 2021. 

To access the Durham Active Through Football Survey please visit: 

https://wh1.snapsurveys.com/s.asp?k=161426208831    

They are also seeking the views of residents through small online focus groups. 

Focus groups will take place via Zoom w/c the 8th and 15th March and will last no more than 60 minutes. Please complete the relevant section of the survey if you are interested in taking part in an online focus group. All those taking part in a focus group will be entered into a prize draw, including 5 x £50 Amazon vouchers.

 

Annual survey - County Durham & Darlington Fire and Rescue Service

CDDFRS review 2021

From now until 23 March 2021 we are running our annual consultation on our plans for the year ahead and we would really like to hear what you think.

Making sure County Durham and Darlington have the safest people and safest places is a way of life for all us here in the Service. Every emergency call matters, every incident is responded to with the highest level of care and professionalism and we do all we can to protect those who live, work, study and visit County Durham and Darlington.

Our role has evolved over recent years to incorporate a wide range of incident types that we respond to but we also work hard in the community to prevent accidents from occurring in the first place. As part of all this work we continually assess what risks our communities face and then put plans in place about how we use our resources to manage and respond to those risks. This is reflected in our 2021 Community Risk Profile which feeds our strategic Community Risk Management Plan and Station Plans.

These plans will have an impact on our Service as a whole and it is important to us to take into account what you think.

To find out more detail about this year’s plans and our consultation please use this link: https://www.ddfire.gov.uk/service-plans

Share your views on the CRMP here: https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/CRMP21-24/

Please feel free to share the above links to encourage as many people as possible who live or work in County Durham and Darlington to get involved.

#HaveYourSay #FireFuture