The National Police Wellbeing Service has commissioned the University of Huddersfield to conduct research to explore the effects that working during the Covid-19 pandemic has had on the wellbeing of UK police and police staff.

The first stage of this research is an online survey which will help to identify common experiences and ways of dealing with any negative wellbeing effects 

You are invited to take part in the survey and can access it directly using the button below

On clicking the link, you will be presented with more detailed information explaining the purpose of the research and what your participation will entail. Only then will you be asked to consent to completing the survey.

The survey should take no longer that 20 minutes to complete and you will remain completely anonymous as you will not be asked to enter your name at any point. 

Data will be stored securely on the University of Huddersfield Computer Network and will only be accessible to the research team.

The survey will be available to complete until Friday 28th May

Should you have any further questions, then please contact the research team lead, Professor Jason Roach (j.roach@hud.ac.uk).

We very much look forward to your input in what is a very important piece of research for all involved in UK policing.