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Have your say in survey about crime and anti-social behaviour

Ashfield District Council, and partners, have launched the survey to listen to and act on residents’ concerns about crime, anti-social behaviour, and safety.

The results of the survey, combined with an analysis of crime and anti-social behaviour that happen in the District, will help the partnership set refreshed priorities and update its new three-year plan.

The Community Safety Partnership is made up of representatives from the police, the Council, fire and rescue service, and health and probation services. They work together to keep residents safe.

The survey only takes 15 minutes and is available on our website until 18th September 2022.

Cllr Helen-Ann Smith, Cabinet Member for Community Safety said:

"We always say how important it is for the Council to listen to and act on resident concerns. This survey allows us to do just that. I urge everyone in Ashfield to complete the survey. It is crucial that everyone has their say as we can’t address issues that we don’t know about.
“We have made great strides recently in our effort to tackle anti-social and criminal behaviour with our successful Safer Streets initiatives. This has led to a reduction in anti-social behaviour over the past year. There is always room for improvement though and the results of this survey will allow us to actively target highlighted areas of concern.”