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Tell us your views on community safety

Tell us your views on community safety

Community safety survey

  • This survey is now closed.

The Elmbridge Community and Safety Partnership is asking residents, businesses and community groups in Elmbridge to complete an online survey to give their opinions on community safety in 2022. The survey asks about the fear of crime and anti-social behaviour as well as the actual level of crime being experienced.

Results from the survey will help us develop the Elmbridge Community and Safety Partnership Action Plan for the coming year (2022/23).

Make sure you have your say on crime and our partnership priorities. The survey is open from 1 February to 11.45pm on 20 March 2022.

What is the Elmbridge Community and Safety Partnership?

The Elmbridge Community and Safety Partnership is made up of different organisations, including Elmbridge Borough Council, Surrey County Council, Surrey Police, Surrey Fire and Rescue and PA Housing, amongst other organisations. The partnership formulates and implements a strategy for the reduction of crime and disorder in the borough.

What is the Elmbridge Community Partnership Action Plan?

The Partnership Plan sets out the priorities for improving safety in Elmbridge and how the partnership will do this.

Councillor Bruce McDonald, Portfolio Holder for Corporate and Community Development at Elmbridge Borough Council says, “The Borough of Elmbridge is already a safe place to live, work and visit. We would like to hear your views on community safety matters as we are always looking to ensure residents feel safe and secure. The results of this survey will inform and influence the work that the Elmbridge Community and Safety Partnership will undertake in 2022/2023, so please make your views count.”

More information

You’ll find a summary of the results on our website in April 2022 along with our updated Partnership Action Plan.

If you have any community safety issues or would like more information, please contact us on 01372 474399 or email communitysafety@elmbridge.gov.uk.

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