National Rural Crime Network Survey

Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner is encouraging countryside residents to have their say on crime and policing in rural areas by taking part in the National Rural Crime Survey.

As Vice-Chair of the National Rural Crime Network, Tim Passmore is supporting the largest ever survey into crime and anti-social behaviour in rural areas.  Anyone who lives or works in a rural area can take part.  The survey results will help shape the future of crime prevention and rural policing, a top priority in Suffolk.

The survey will be open until Wednesday 24 June. To complete the survey, visit

For more information on the National Rural Crime Network visit: