Community Safety Survey - public consultation
Residents to have their say on crime and disorder
PEOPLE living in the districts of Hinckley & Bosworth and Blaby are being asked for their views on what they think are the most important types of crime for the Community Safety Partnership for both areas to focus on in the next three years.
Residents' views, alongside actual crime and disorder data, will help to determine priorities for the partnership for the next year, while the results of the survey will also be used to inform the Crime and Community Safety Priorities for the Hinckley & Bosworth and Blaby areas until 2023.
Residents of both areas can get involved by completing the survey on line at www.hinckley-bosworth.gov.uk/communitysafetysurvey2020. Paper copies can be picked up from the council offices at the Hinckley Hub and will also be available from a number of community buildings including the community houses in Earl Shilton, Barwell and Wykin. The consultation closes on 3 February 2020.
Councillor Michael Mullaney, Executive Member for Community Safety at the Borough Council and Joint Chair of the Blaby and Hinckley and Bosworth Community Safety Partnership said: "It is really important that we, as a Partnership, are addressing the issues that are of most concern to the people in our borough. We would really like to encourage residents to complete the questionnaire as the more responses we get the more we can be sure we are focusing on what local people feel are important to them."
Posted: Mon, 13 Jan 2020 10:58 by Cathy Monkman