Community Safety

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23 June 2020 update

Thank you for completing this survey. Your feedback is important to us.

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Spelthorne Borough Council and members of the Community Safety Partnership have been unable to meet to discuss the responses to the consultation, which was to be used to help formulate an updated joint Community Safety strategy.

We will update you in due course as to when we will be able to adequately respond to the issues raised in this consultation.

The members of the Community Safety Partnership include Spelthorne Borough Council, Surrey Police, the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Surrey County Council, Surrey Fire Authority, North-West Surrey Clinical Commissioning Group and Surrey & Sussex Probation Service. 

March

Spelthorne Borough Council is working on their strategies to best ensure the safety of our residents and has launched a community safety questionnaire. Officers from the Council work closely with counterparts from Surrey Police and other members of Spelthorne’s Community Safety Partnership and your comments will help shape our priorities for the future.

The online questionnaire will open 12 Noon Monday 9 March to Monday 20 April, 11.59pm.

Your views matter

We want to know what you think about the level of service needed to best ensure your safety. Your feedback will guide partnership activities for the forthcoming year and will form part of the community safety strategy.

The members of the Community Safety Partnership include Spelthorne Borough Council, Surrey Police, the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Surrey County Council, Surrey Fire Authority, North-West Surrey Clinical Commissioning Group and Surrey & Sussex Probation Service. 

If you wish to report fly tipping, graffiti, anti-social behaviour, noise pollution or dog fouling, please contact the council direct via our website or by calling us on 01784 451499.

If you have concerns about other forms of crime, please call police on 101. In an emergency, always dial 999.

Where you provide personal data in relation to this consultation you can find more information on how we use this within our Privacy Notice. Although you will have had to register to respond to this consultation, your answers will not be attributable to your login details.

 

Timeline

  • Opened
    9 Mar 2020 at 12:00
  • Closed
    20 Apr 2020 at 23:59
  • Response to be published
    31 Dec 2020