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Survey on our fear of crime
7:30am Saturday 31st August 2013 in News
THURROCK Community Safety Partnership is looking for people’s opinions on crime and anti-social behaviour.
The partnership, made up of the council, police and health service, is holding an online consultation until October, for people to share their views and raise awareness of how and where to report incidents.
There are questions asking for people’s opinions on hate crime, doorstep callers, neighbours and the environment.
It also asks how safe local residents feel at home and whether they see crime as a problem locally.
Cllr Angie Gaywood, Thurrock Council’s portfolio holder for public protection, said: “Your views are important to us and will help shape strategies and priorities for reducing crime and ensuring residents feel safe.
“The survey doesn’t ask for your name or address, just your postcode, so we can see where there are problems. The results will be kept anonymous.”
The survey can be viewed by clicking on the consultations link at the council’s website www.thurrock.gov.uk
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