2021 Buckinghamshire Community Safety Survey
Thursday, October 7th, 2021
We encourage all residents of Chiltern and South Bucks to participate in the annual survey from the Safer Bucks Partnership.
This survey will used on a county-wide basis, to understand the community safety concerns of those living and working in Buckinghamshire. The results, combined with an analysis of all crimes that take place in the county, will help Safer Bucks set the partnerships’ priorities for the year.
The responses of Chiltern & South Bucks residents will be presented also at the next meeting of the Chiltern & South Bucks Policing Issues Forum. They will be available for discussion at the Forum meeting, and used to inform decisions on Neighbourhood Police focus areas for the coming months.
The results for individual Community Board areas within Chilternn & South Bucks will be made available also to the Community Boards.
The survey is open until Friday 22 October. For more information and to have your say via the survey, visit https://yourvoicebucks.citizenspace.com/communities/safety2021/
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