Views wanted for Community Policing Survey 2023

Board Chair at Desk

The Northern Ireland Policing Board is seeking views from across the community on the delivery of the policing service and how the police engage in local areas as part of the Community Policing Survey 2023.

Speaking about background to the Survey, Board Chair Deirdre Toner said:

“We are interested in finding out about the experiences of people, groups and organisations working with the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) in the community. This will help to inform the Policing Plan and assist the Board in assessing and evaluating the impact of police partnership working within local communities and any areas for improvement.”

The online survey will be open from Monday 3 April 2023 to Friday 30 June 2023 and can be accessed by scanning the QR Code below or by visiting our webpage

Anyone unable to access the survey online, can request hard copies of the survey by contacting the Board at the following address:

Northern Ireland Policing Board

James House, Block D,
2 – 4 Cromac Avenue,
The Gasworks,
Belfast, BT7 2JA

By phone on 028 9040 8500 or by email at

The survey is being undertaken by the Policing Board in conjunction with Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA)



For further information contact the Board’s Communications Office on 028 9040 8500


Notes to Editors

  1. Policing Plan:  Measure 3.1.3 of the Northern Ireland Policing Plan states that the Board should ‘Assess and evaluate the impact of partnership working with local communities, including but not exclusively, in areas of high deprivation and areas that have been repeatedly victimised.’ A copy of the latest Policing Plan can be found at the following link: insert link to Policing Plan