How can we make St Albans safer?

Note from Safer community Partnership

St Albans City and District Community Safety Partnership want to hear residents’ views on how to make St Albans City and District even safer.

We can then make sure that we tackle the most important issues for residents in the year ahead. The Community Safety Partnership includes St Albans City and District Council, the police, the fire service and other agencies. It was set up to help reduce crime and disorder across the District. Each year we consult with local groups and residents on our plans and priorities for the coming year. Residents’ feedback is used to develop plans for the District, which will form part of local and county-wide strategies on reducing crime and disorder.

In 2013/14, we are planning to address the six community safety priorities shown below, which are based on a local strategic assessment. We want to know if you agree with these priorities:

  • preventing and reducing crime,
  • protecting vulnerable members of the community,
  • preventing, tackling and reducing anti-social behaviour and arson,
  • preventing and reducing alcohol and drugs misuse,
  • ensuring offenders have the help and support they need,
  • assisting troubled families.

A short questionnaire about these priorities is available to complete on the Council’s website at: . A paper questionnaire and pre-paid reply envelope is also available on request from Carol Almond at St Albans City and District Council on 01727 819538. The closing date for all responses is 4 March 2013.

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