Independent Review of Hunting Survey
The Office of North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner [OPCC] is conducting a review into North Wales Police's Performance in Relation to Enforcing the Ban on Fox Hunting with Hounds, and Policing Incidents Connected with Hunting.
The review is being conducted by staff from 'Cyfiawnder: The Social Inclusion Research Institute' at Glyndwr University in Wrexham, North Wales on behalf of the OPCC.
One part of the review involves a survey which we are asking:
• people who hunt
• people who are affected by hunting or
• people are active in any sort of anti-hunting campaign in North Wales to complete.
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