Have your say on crime and safety in your community
Residents can have their say on how they feel about crime and community safety in a survey by the Havering Community Safety Partnership.
The online survey will help to shape the work of the partnership.
It includes representatives from the Council, Metropolitan Police, London Fire Brigade plus probation and health services.
Questions on the online survey will ask residents to give their views about crime, anti-social behaviour and other local issues.
It will help to give the partnership a bigger picture of what issues there are and what needs to be prioritised.
It will also help them see how they can best work together to tackle those issues and help to prevent the threat of crime.
Councillor Ray Morgon, Leader of Havering Council, said:
“We want to know what the concerns and priorities of our residents are, so we can look to tackle issues that are affecting them.
“As a partnership, we’re already working on doing what we can to help make our borough as safe as possible.
“This survey is to find out what the concerns are in different areas, whether it be anti-social behaviour, vehicle crime or something else.
“It will enable us as a partnership to make better informed decisions, improve our work and help ensure that we are fighting the right crime in the right areas.”
The survey is open until Friday 23 June 2023.