Essex residents are urged to voice their priorities to help police and local authorities tackle crime and anti-social behaviour in different communities

Essex residents are being asked express their views, by taking part in the Community Safety Survey by Safer Essex.

The survey brings together key partner organisations, to work jointly and effectively to facilitate a collaborative approach on delivering community safety, by overseeing and coordinating activity across Greater Essex, and tackling key issues, including anti-social behaviour and community confidence in safety.

The Community Safety Survey asks a range of questions to help focus multi-agency efforts in addressing crime and community safety across Essex, and by completing the survey, residents can speak up about their concerns around crime and community safety, helping inform how Safer Essex plan and allocate resources for further effective interventions.

The Safer Essex Roads Partnership (SERP) are keen to hear resident’s views as road users, on key areas including speed and safer travel, in order to continue to improve our service, and strive to achieve Vision Zero, the objective of no deaths or serious injuries on Essex roads, by 2040.

Residents can take part in this year’s Community Safety Survey until 30 June 2024.

Visit: Community Safety Survey 2024 – Road safety – Essex County Council – Citizen Space


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