Share your community safety concerns to help us keep Buckinghamshire safe
The Safer Buckinghamshire Board is a local Community Safety Partnership that brings together experts from the police, fire service, probation, health and social care services. The Board develops an annual action plan to reduce crime in Buckinghamshire and help keep it a safe place to live and work.
To develop this plan, the Safer Buckinghamshire Board is conducting its annual Community Safety survey to hear resident views on:
· The impact of crime, anti-social behaviour, drug and alcohol issues where you live or work
· Your experience of reporting crimes
· How safe or unsafe you feel in Buckinghamshire
The survey is open to anyone living or working in Buckinghamshire – it launched yesterday and will be running until Sunday 16 October. Have your say and complete the survey below for a chance to win a £100 supermarket voucher* (*Terms and Conditions apply):
The results of the survey will be combined with an analysis of all crimes that happen in the county to help Safer Bucks set priorities for the year. We would be very grateful if you could share this with your networks to help make sure that local voices are well represented – thank you.
The current Safer Buckinghamshire Plan can be viewed here Safer Buckinghamshire Plan 2020-2023 | Buckinghamshire Council
Please also find attached the latest newsletter from the Neighbourhood Policing Team covering Taplow, Burnham and The Farnhams.
Community Board Manager (Beeches)
Partnerships, Policy and Communications
Deputy Chief Executive Directorate
01296 383490 and 07753 288039
Walton Street Offices, Aylesbury HP20 1UA