Have your say on crime and disorder in the borough
The Havering Community Safety Partnership launches its survey on crime and disorder today, to find out how residents feel about different types of crime across the borough.
The survey, which only takes around 10 minutes to complete, will help to shape the work of the partnership which is made up of staff from Havering Council, the Metropolitan Police, London Fire Brigade, probation services, health services, and other organisations.
The survey asks about concerns of crime including theft, robbery, knife crime, hate crime and more.
Cabinet Member for Community Safety, Councillor Osman Dervish, said: “This survey is essential as we are keen to find out the concerns of residents and visitors. We would like to hear your views on crime and anti-social behaviour to help us make informed decisions within the partnership, improve our work and ensure that we are prioritising fighting the right crime in the right areas.
“I encourage residents and visitors to have their say and together we can keep Havering safe.”
Residents can have their say on crime and disorder in the borough on Havering Council’s website: www.havering.gov.uk/consultations. The consultation ends on Friday 16 March.