If you are leaving the police service within the next three months we would be grateful if you would complete this survey to tell us more about your experience of being in the police service and reasons for leaving.

This survey is open to any officer who is leaving the police service, this includes retiring, resigning or being required to leave by your force.

Your responses will help the PFEW to understand more about why people are leaving the police service, and whether or not officers are getting what they want to out of a career within the police.

The survey should take around 15 - 20 minutes to complete.

We greatly appreciate your time and support in filling in this survey. However please ensure you only complete the survey once.

Your responses are stored and reported anonymous. In order to collect and store the information you provide within this survey, we require your explicit consent. To allow you to give your informed consent, participant information for this survey can be accessed at (this link will open in a new window). The participant information provides details on:

- What we will use your data for
- How we will store your data
- Whether we will share your data and with whom
- Why we might ask for “special category” data
- Your right to withdraw and how you are able to do this
- The research ethics which govern the storage and collection of your data

Please read the participant information via the link above and then if you are happy to give your consent please tick all three boxes at the bottom of this page. 

If you have any questions, or want to request to withdraw from the survey, please contact the lead researcher on this survey, Dr Fran Boag-Munroe  (01372 352103;

Question Title

* Please select all three options to confirm your consent