Take Five Minutes To Give Your Views On Crime & Anti Social Behaviour In Your Area

Take part in the Community Safety Survey

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People who want to have their say about crime and disorder in Wandsworth have until the end of the month to take part in this year’s Community Safety Survey.

Each year the Wandsworth Community Safety Partnership (WCSP) asks people who live, work, study and relax in the borough to give their views on policing and safety issues.

WCSP is made up of the council, police, fire service, probation service and primary care trust. The partnership uses the information it gets from the survey to determine what priorities it needs to set for the coming year, and to find new and effective ways of working with the community to keep Wandsworth one of the safest inner London boroughs.

This year the survey asks questions including how safe people feel on the streets, what types of crime they are most concerned about in their neighbourhood, whether the police and council are doing enough to combat crime, and what support they as citizens need to help keep their area safe.

There's also a section where people can put their own comments about crime and anti-social behaviour in the borough.

To take part in the survey, which takes about five minutes to complete, go to www.wandsworthmatters.co.uk/uc/Crime2011Project2/  


October 10, 2011