Annual Tendring Fear Of Crime Survey

Posted on: December 16, 2019

People in Tendring are being invited to have their say about their fear of crime.

The Tendring Community Safety Partnership (TCSP) is preparing to set its aims and priorities for the coming year.  Based on crime figures and information from partner agencies, including the police, TCSP has identified protecting vulnerable people; tackling anti-social behaviour and acquisitive crime; and reducing reoffending as its key priorities.  Now it wants to find out whether the public agrees with those priorities, and is giving residents and businesses the chance to help shape the way forward.  To give their views, people are being encouraged to carry out a short online survey.  The survey is quick and simple to complete, and looks at how safe people feel, whether that has changed over the last year, if they or a family member have been a victim of crime, and what they think is the main source of crime in Tendring.

To take part visit

The closing date for people to have their say is January 31, 2020.

Author: Steering Member
Categories: Consultations, Opportunities

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