Winchester Community Safety Partnership says ‘Love Where You Live’ and tell us what bothers you about Crime & Disorder

Press Release: 23/05/2012

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Do you want to help the Community Safety Partnership (CSP) make a difference in your local area? Tackling crime & disorder is very much a priority for the CSP and we would like you to tell us what you think about Crime and Disorder in Winchester by completing the Winchester Community Safety Partnership’s online survey.

The Partnership is adopting the keep Britain Tidy ‘Love Where You Live’ campaign this year because there is a correlation between environmental issues and Crime and Anti-social Behaviour. As part of the campaign we are asking those who live and work in the Winchester District to participate in the survey by sharing their views and experiences of crime and anti-social behaviour. The results from the survey will help to identify community priorities, shape how resources are going to be used and contribute to the annual crime and disorder review.

Cllr Patricia Stallard portfolio holder for Communities, Culture and Sport said,

The Community Safety Partnership has achieved a great deal in the last year and that is reflected in the annual review we have just undertaken. However not to be complacent, we are now moving forward with plans to build on those successes and identify our priority actions for this year’s strategy, and we want to hear from local residents about what is important to them”.

You can complete the survey online by using the following link:

The deadline for responses is 15th June 2012. Alternatively if you would rather complete the survey in paper format please contact the Community Safety Team by email: or telephone on 01962 848 423.

The results of the survey and the annual review of crime and disorder will be published on the CSP website in late summer 2012.