South Wales Police ranked 12th best for victim satisfaction
SOUTH Wales Police is ranked 12th out of the 43 forces in Wales and England for victim satisfaction, according to the latest Home Office results.
Victims are surveyed eight weeks after reporting an incident, and are asked about ease of contact, police action, follow ups, treatment by staff and officers and whole experience.
In 2007 the force was in last place in the official rankings.
Chief constable Peter Vaughan said: "I am delighted at the progress we have made and have every confidence that with a continued, concerted effort we will succeed in proving nationally that we are a force that listens and responds effectively to the needs of the communities it serves."