Friday, July 25, 2008

Community Safety Survey - Please respond

The Safer Communities team at the City Council has been in touch. Tackling anti-social behaviour in Coleridge was one of my key election pledges, and as part of this I am encouraging residents to report all issues to the police and City Council, so that I can follow up by checking the police and Council are aware of all issues and taking appropriate action. I would therefore urge all Cambridge residents to complete the online survey. Anyway, here is the message from the Council:

Tell us about your views on, and experiences of, crime and disorder in Cambridge.

Cambridge Community Safety Partnership, together with the other partnerships in the County, is running an online survey to give people who live or work in Cambridge the chance to have their say on issues of crime and disorder.

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The information obtained by this survey will be incorporated into the 2008 ‘Strategic Assessment’ for the city. This document is produced annually and brings together all information held by different agencies and views of the public on crime and disorder. It enables the Partnership to identify the most important community safety issues in Cambridge and ensure funding and resources are directed to appropriately tackle these priorities.

We would be really grateful if you could give up a few minutes of your time to complete this online survey. Completed surveys will be put into a draw to stand the chance of winning £50 worth of high street vouchers. The survey will be online until 12th September 2008.

If you have any questions or would like a hard copy please contact Paul Griffin at Cambridge City Council on 01223 457045, or email

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