Tell us what we can do to help improve your feelings of safety in the St Albans district
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Do you feel safe where you live? Are you concerned about crime or anti-social behaviour? Would you like to help shape local safety improvements?
The St Albans Community Safety Partnership is inviting residents to take part in the ‘feelings of safety’ survey.
St Albans District Chief Inspector Mike Todd said: “We welcome the views of our local residents in letting us know what we can do, as a partnership, to help improve feelings of safety across the St Albans district.
“COVID-19 restrictions mean that we have been unable to run as many face-to-face community events as we had hoped but as things are now getting back to normal, we hope to see more local residents face-to-face and we will continue to share event updates via our social media sites and on our OWL (opens in a new window).
“We will look at every response and although we won’t be able to fix everything, we will try and make improvements to benefit as many people as possible. If you have any concerns in the meantime, please do make contact with your local PCSO or report online.”
He added: “With your help and support, we want to make our communities even safer and prevent crime and anti-social behaviour from actually happening in the first place.”
Neil Kieran, Principal Community Protection Officer for St Albans City and District Council, said: “This is an important survey which will give us valuable feedback about how our residents are feeling in regard to their personal safety.
“We would urge people to take part and let us know where we can make improvements to make our District an even more enjoyable place to live.”
You can give feedback via the Feelings of safety survey:
* The St Albans district CSP consists of local organisations including St Albans City and District Council, police, fire, housing associations, probation and health services, who work to keep St Albans a safe place to live, work and visit.