Help fight crime by completing the Safe Communities Survey
July 31, 2012
The Community Safety Partnership wants to hear from anyone who lives or works in Wokingham.
The annual Safe Communities Survey, which gathers views on community safety issues, is inviting people to comment on crime and disorder and the impact it has on the area.
The results from the survey, which runs until Monday, September 17, are used by Wokingham Borough Council, police and other agencies.
Councillor Rob Stanton, deputy leader of the borough council, said: “Our borough continues to be one of the safest places in the country.
“However, we cannot be complacent and the crime figures collected by the police and the council are only part of the story.
“This survey helps us understand people’s real experiences of crime and disorder.
“The council and its partners cannot deal with problems if we do not know about them, so I would urge everybody to take part in this important survey.”
Council officers and community wardens will be visiting Woodley town centre on Friday and Wokingham town centre on Friday, August 24, to encourage people to take part in the survey.
If you live, work or visit the borough, and wish to complete the survey, visit www.wokingham.gov.uk/council-meetings-democracy/consultations.
For for a paper form call (0118) 908 8229 or email email@example.com.
The main complaints in the past in Wokingham have been dangerous parking and the problem of teens hanging around the streets.