WEST Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) is encouraging the public to take part in a survey on their experiences during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Mark Burns-Williamson wants to gauge public feeling on the lockdown, which we are now nearly three months into, and better understand the views and experiences people have had during these unprecedented times.

The survey is also being used to try and understand people's views on policing, crime and community safety amid the lockdown.

The West Yorkshire PCC said: "I want to make sure that myself, West Yorkshire Police and all our partners are aware of the views, experiences and concerns during these uncertain times we find ourselves in."

The survey - which contains a mix of multiple choice and open-ended questions - can be completed any time before its deadline on 29 June.

A tweet from Mark Burns-Williamson, posted today, which also includes a link to the survey, can be seen here: