Have your voice heard with new crime survey

PUBLISHED: 17:18 08 April 2015


A CRIME survey in Sedgemoor has been launched to identify people’s concerns in the area.

The survey has been distributed by Sedgemoor District Council to 5,500 randomly chosen homes, asking for their views on crime and antisocial behaviour, with a promise to address any problems flagged up.

The previous survey, in 2013, showed litter, dog fouling and fly-tipping were residents’ top three antisocial behaviour concerns.

A council spokesman said: “We want to hear your views on crime and antisocial behaviour.

“Once we know your views we can use this information to work together with local partners to address these problems.”

Residents can also pick up a paper copy from any library in the district, or complete it online at www.sedgemoor.gov.uk/safetysurvey

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