Community Safety Services

Community Safety Partnership Survey

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Have your say on crime and disorder on the Island

There is an opportunity to take part in an online survey where you can give your opinion on how crime and disorder is tackled on the Island.

The isle of Wight Community Safety Partnership are launching their community survey which seeks views from everyone living and working on the Island and will help to identify priorities for the community safety strategic plan.

Amanda Gregory, regulatory and community safety services manager at the Isle of Wight Council and also chair of the Isle of Wight Community Safety Partnership, said‘’The island is one of the safest places to live in country, but the Community Safety Partnership are keen to make it even safer.  We want to hear from local residents about crime  issues they are dealing with in their communities.  We hope to get as many responses to the survey as possible so please ask all your family and friends to fill it in.’’

The priorities for the Community Safety Partnership last year included:

  • Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB), alcohol related crime and domestic abuse are reflected the views of a community survey carried out by the Isle of Wight Community Safety team.

The survey is part of the strategic assessment which then informs the strategic plan.

Successes for the Community Safety Partnership in 2016 have included: 

  • Setting up a night time economy group and which reduced alcohol related crime in Newport.  The development of an Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) action group which tackles hot spot areas to reduce ASB in local communities.

To complete the Community Safety Partnership survey, please click here.

Start date: 02/02/2017

Closing date: 20/03/2017

For any further information please get in touch using the 'Contact' tab above where you can send an email using the 'Send a message to this service' tab or telephone on the number provided.