Survey will help set anti-crime priorities


Liverpool residents are being asked to identify what crime, disorder and anti-social behaviour they are most concerned about.

Citysafe, the community safety partnership, is carrying out a survey which will help them set their priorities in tackling these issues over the next year.

The survey can be found at  It should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.

The questionnaire is completely confidential and your details will remain anonymous.

Councillor Emily Spurrell, Mayoral Lead on Community Safety, said: “We want to know what is important to our residents about crime and anti-social behaviour to help us shape our community safety actions in the future.

“Local people’s views are very important in identifying priorities so I would encourage as many people as possible to take part in the survey.”

The survey will remain open until Tuesday 23 December 2014.

• The Citysafe partnership is made up of a number of agencies including Liverpool City Council; Merseyside Police; Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service; National Probation Service Merseyside; Merseyside Community Rehabilitation Company; Liverpool’s Clinical Commissioning Group; Registered Providers; the universities; local businesses and representatives of the voluntary sector.

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