* 1. Police should be accountable to people at a neighbourhood level

* 2. Police are more accountable if local people understand the performance of their local police

* 3. A good way of understanding police performance is to compare my neighbourhood with neighbourhoods which have similar types of people, housing, business and leisure facilities as mine to see if the level of crime and disorder is the same

* 4. Another good way of understanding police performance is to compare my neighbourhood with neighbourhoods which have similar types of people, housing, business and leisure facilities as mine to see if the way in which police respond to crime and disorder is the similar or different

* 5. I would welcome the ability to compare general and a more specific police performance with information about similar and different neighbourhoods to my own.

* 6. This information that puts local police performance into context would make police more accountable to local people in neighbourhoods than they currently are.

* 7. If I thought police understood the policing problems of my neighbourhood and dealt with them fairly and professionally my confidence in the police would increase,

* 8. Comparative police performance information at a local level could help me decide if police are dealing with local policing problems in a fair and professional way.

* 9. The nature of calls made by the public to police and the priority and way in which the police respond to those calls provides good information about policing problems in neighbourhoods and police performance.

* 10. If I understood the police performance in my neighbourhood better I would be more likely to engage with the police to help them improve that performance.

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