Local residents have been invited to share any local crime and disorder issues in the borough that concern them.
The Bexley Community Safety Partnership (BCSP) has today launched its annual Bexley Crime Survey, which will remain open until Sunday 31 December - writes bexley.gov.uk.
Residents can share their views via the online survey . Residents who do not have access to the internet can visit their local library where free internet access is available. Alternatively, residents can speak to the Council's Community Safety team on 020 8303 7777 or write to:
- Community Safety
- London Borough of Bexley
- Civic Offices
- 2 Watling Street
- DA6 7AT
Cllr Peter Craske, Chairman of the BCSP said: “This anonymous survey gives residents the opportunity to let us know of any crime or disorder concerns in the borough, whether that’s in the area they live, work or study. This invaluable feedback will help shape the partnership’s priorities for the next year. The survey will only take a few minutes, so please get involved and have your say.”
The BCSP will use the responses alongside other data to help decide its priorities for 2018/19.
The partnership is made up of the Council, Police, Fire Brigade, Bexley Borough Neighbourhood Watch Association, Victim Support and other local organisations. They work together to tackle crime, anti-social behaviour and drug and alcohol misuse.
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