The Safer Crawley Partnership is seeking resident’s views to identify what community safety issues are important for Crawley in order to shape what they will focus on for the next year.
Made up of Crawley Borough Council, West Sussex County Council, Sussex Police, West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service, Probation and Crawley Clinical Commissioning Group, the partnership has a duty to reduce crime and disorder, substance misuse, anti-social behaviour and reduce reoffending.
In 2017/18 they focused on three main areas; serious and organised crime, street community and vulnerable individuals.
The short survey asks:
- What are you most concerned about in your neighbourhood?
- What crimes do you think should be treated as priorities?
- Are you worried about becoming a victim of crime?
- Have you been a victim of crime in the past 12 months?
Leader of the Council, Councillor Peter Lamb said: “Community safety is a priority for Crawley Borough Council and in order to use our resources in the most effective way, the Safer Crawley Partnership needs to understand your priorities, so please take a few moments to complete this survey and tell us what matters most to you.”
The survey runs until 20 June and can be found at http://www.crawley.gov.uk/consultation