The Safer Croydon Partnership is asking the public for help to shape Croydon’s next Community Safety Strategy. Set to run from 2017 to 2020, the strategy sets out the top community safety priorities to be tackled over that period.
The Safer Croydon Partnership brings together the council, police, fire brigade, and health and probation services, along with businesses and community and voluntary sector groups. It wants to understand what types of criminal or antisocial behaviour are people’s biggest concerns across different parts of the borough. The survey includes questions about such things as fly-tipping, domestic abuse, rogue traders, drunk and rowdy behaviour, street drinking and begging, and vehicle crime.
It runs until Tuesday 1 November, and can be found here