Monday, January 30, 2012

Lewisham Crime Survey

Crosswhatfields has received an email from both the local Neighbourhood Link Metropolitan Police and the council's Local Assembly Team about a Crime Survey launched last week.

The aim is to assess and understand the crime and antisocial behaviour issues affecting Lewisham's residents and visitors. The results of the survey "will help to set the annual priorities of the Safer Lewisham Partnership (SLP) for 2012-2013. The questions will also guide Lewisham Council, the Metropolitan Police and the other partners when focusing activity and funding to tackle these priority areas over the next year."

The Council would like as many people as possible who live, work, visit or study in Lewisham to complete the survey, and hope that you will give them a few minutes of your time to let them have your views on crime and anti-social behaviour in Lewisham. 

A report with the results of the survey will be available on the Councils website. All responses are confidential and anonymous, and any comments you make will not be identifiable, although there is an optional request for your postcode. You can also supply your email address if you wish to be kept updated.

The survey closes on Wednesday 22 February 2012.

1 comment:

  1. I heard someone got mugged on Ha'Penny Hatch in January. We should be asking why Lewisham and Greenwich police can't decide who should be policing that area and why they don't even know where it is and why it is so badly lit.