Published on: 7/7/19, 7:21 pm
This Partnership includes Bedford Borough Council, Bedfordshire Police, Bedfordshire Fire and Rescue, and other local organisations and works together towards a shared vision of “tackling crime, disorder, anti-social behaviour, drug and alcohol misuse and increasing people perceptions about safety and well-being in our communities.”
This consultation asks what you think about your local area, the town centre, how safe you feel and your concerns around crime and anti-social behaviour.
Officers from the Community Safety Partnership have been attending community events throughout the summer including the Bedford International Kite Festival, Eid Festival, Queens Park Multicultural Parade and Fire Station open days to chat to local residents about this consultation.
All the responses to this consultation will be part of a strategic assessment of crime and anti-social behaviour to help the Partnership to write the new Community Safety Plan 2020-23. This Plan sets out the priorities and work for the Community Safety Partnership over the next few years.
Chief Superintendent David Boyle, Chair of the Community Safety Partnership said “This is a really important consultation. Let us know what concerns you have in your local community, and help us to make sure we are addressing the issues that matter to you, your local community and local residents across the Borough.”
The survey is open until Friday 2nd August 2019. It is available online on the Borough website at www.forms.bedford.gov.uk/csp
You can also request a copy of the consultation via email at email@example.com.
There are also paper copies available at Borough Hall, the Customer Service Centre and local libraries which can be sent to Consulting Bedford, Bedford Borough Council, Borough Hall, Cauldwell Street, Bedford, MK42 9AP.