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Community Safety Survey asks Essex residents to voice priorities in tackling crime and anti-social behaviour



This annual survey is aimed at helping the Community Safety Partnerships working across Southend, Essex and Thurrock to identify the impacts of crime and anti-social behaviour in the county.


You can complete the survey which has 29 questions. You can also complete this survey more than once if you want to give your views about a different geographical area if you wish to do so.


The annual Community Safety Survey by Safer Essex, on behalf of the county’s 14 Community Safety Partnerships, asks a range of questions to help focus multi-agency efforts in addressing crime and community safety across Essex.


Phillipa Brent-Isherwood, Chair of Safer Essex, said: “Together we have built a strong, successful working partnership approach to community safety across the whole of greater Essex.


“All Safer Essex partners, from Essex Police and Essex County Fire and Rescue Service to councils, health authorities and community groups, have contributed to creating a safe county for residents, families and businesses.


“To maintain our successful approach and plan for the future, we need to hear the views of our biggest, most valuable partner: the people who live and work in Essex.  As we have seen from last year’s survey, the results drive real action within and across the partnership, so people’s views can make a tangible difference to how we work together to keep Essex a great place in which to live, work and play for many years to come.”


Residents can take part in this year’s Community Safety Survey until 30 June 2024 at