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cyber bullying survey 2018

Matthew Scott is the Kent Police and Crime Commissioner. He wants primary and secondary school pupils (those aged up to 18) to help him learn more about cyber-bullying.
 
Cyber-bullying is bullying that takes place using electronic technology, such as mobile phones, computers and tablets. It can also take place on social media, in chatrooms and forums and on websites.
 
Examples of cyber bullying include mean text messages or emails sent to you, or written about you. It includes rumours posted about you, embarrassing pictures or videos making fun of you, or people creating fake profiles pretending to be you which upset you.
 
Matthew would like you to answer some questions about the electronic devices you use. He would like to know whether you’ve ever been cyber bullied, and what you’d do if you were being cyber bullied.
 
Your answers will help Matthew and Kent Police keep you and other children safe online in future.
 
You will not be asked for your name. There are no right or wrong answers and no-one will know what answers you put.
1. Which of these devices do you use to go online at home?:*



You can tick as many boxes as you need to
2. At home, when do you normally go online?:*





You can tick as many boxes as you need to
3. Do you think you could promise not to go online after 7pm?:*

4. Who have you received online safety advice from in the past? :*



You can tick as many boxes as you need to
5. Which of these do you use regularly to go online?:






You can tick as many boxes as you need to
7. Do your parents/guardians know what you do online?:*



8. Have you ever been cyber-bullied?:*

10. Did you stop using the app after the cyber-bullying happened?:

11. Who did you tell about the cyber-bullying?:






You can tick as many boxes as you need to
13. How old are you?:*



14. What is your gender?:*


15. Do you think you have ever cyber-bullied someone:*


Previous consultations

council tax precept 2018/19

Matthew Scott launched his Annual Policing Survey on 23 June 2017, to find out what issues were important to residents across Kent and Medway. The survey closed on 10 January 2018.

Thank you to everyone who took part.

The PCC then announced his intention to raise the policing part of council tax - the precept - for 2018/19 and invited members of the public to comment on the proposal before it was discussed by the Kent and Medway Police and Crime Panel on 8 February.

A report has been compiled which summarises the key findings of the Annual Policing Survey, and the feedback to the PCC's precept proposal.

restorative justice survey

Read our report summarising the feedback received from the 2016 Restorative Justice survey. Thank you to all who responded.

This feedback has helped shape the provision of Restorative Justice services in Kent beyond October 2017.
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