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    • Couple sitting on sofa 2 HOME Why take part?

      Taking part in this study will help the PCC for North Yorkshire to understand how the new alcohol monitoring tag is working. Your views are invaluable in doing this.

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    • pink-handshake2 Our pledge to you

      We understand you may have some questions about our credentials and how we deal with your personal information. 

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  • What's involved?

    One of our researchers will call you to arrange an interview at a time that suits you. We can talk to you in person or on the phone – it’s up to you. The interview is informal and will be conversational in style – there’s no need to prepare and you can skip any questions you don’t want to answer.

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    • Street scene Why have I been asked to take part?

      You have been asked to take part because we understand that you have worn an alcohol monitoring tag either now or in the past.

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  • Who are NatCen?

    We’re Britain’s largest independent social research agency. For the last 50 years we’ve worked on behalf of government and charities to find out what people really think about important social issues and how Britain is run. 

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  • Contact us

    For anything not covered on here, please call Freephone 0808 169 1673, or email AAMRmonitoring@natcen.ac.uk. One of our staff will get back to you to answer your query as soon as possible.

    If you would like to contact North Yorkshire PCC about this research please email Samantha Bainbridge at Samantha.Bainbridge@northyorkshire.pnn.police.

  • Privacy notice

    In this privacy notice, we explain the legal basis for data processing, who will have access to your personal data, how your data will be used, stored and deleted, and who you can contact with a query or a complaint.

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  • Extra support

    If this research has raised any issues and you would like some support a list of contact details for support organisations can be found here.